It's very difficult to achieve your goals if you lack focus. You'll find yourself meandering through life without anything significant to show at the end. And it happens to the best of us. When you allow yourself to "go with the flow," you'll likely come out as an underachiever.
What are you going to do about it? What changes do you need to make so you have more to show for your waking hours? Are you ready to make them? There's no better time than the present to get started.
Take these steps to develop a focused outlook and be on your way to living the life of your dreams:
Developing a focused outlook takes some work. It isn't a walk in the park, but it can be so fulfilling. Give yourself the opportunity to achieve your goals. All it takes is a little dedication!
This week’s Creative Exercise
A simple activity that you can do to help prioritize and focus your energy on the people that matter most to you, the people that help you maximize the moments of joy in your life. It’s too easy to become distracted, and to focus on the negative things around you, this exercise can help with that.
It can be helpful to focus on the people that make you smile, treat you right, and really have a positive influence in your life.
Use whatever supplies you like. This is meant to be as open and unique as you want with regards to the art you will create. This activity may need to be spread out over a few days.
Think of 5-15 people in your life that matter most to you. In other words, if you had to choose 5-15 people to go with you to a deserted island, who would they be? Write their names down, and try to limit who you take to 15.
Create a unique piece of art for each individual that reflects their relationship with you and why you chose them to go with you to the island. You can draw, paint, photograph, collage, craft, or sculpt anything you like. There are no limitations on the art materials you use or the art you create. It could be a poem or a painting, a card, or whatever you think fits best.
When you’re done creating your pieces of artwork, you should have some newfound positive energy in your life that you can then put forth with the people you named.
If you want, you can offer your art to them as a token of your appreciation for their positive influence in your life.
Watch Thursday for the release of this week's YouTube video on this project.
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Have an Amazingly Creative Day,