The New Year’s Resolution

Good Day Bravehearts

A brand new year! A new beginning, a new awakening, a new start. Cast off the old 2014 and bring in the new. 2015 will improve our lives.
Oh brilliant bravehearts, what changes will you make? Will you be daring and bold or more cautious and thoughtful. Will the year bring in a brave new you or will you persist along a path of current successes. An invigorating new year with promise and aspiration. Fun and frolic, work and achieve. The self fulfillment of an accomplished goal, the joy of success, of learning and knowledge. A bar set high enough to be out of reach, but reach for it you must. Goals and resolutions, standards of achievements set high enough that you must strive. Work for it! The unattainable star is a goal to reach for.

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Who will you be in this lofty new year? Your goals are your own personal quest. A goal that you can achieve gives you confidence and satisfaction. Done! A reward for the efforts of knowing who you are and utilizing current skills. Now another goal. Another small one that you can manage. Achieved! More success, more self confidence. A step towards the ultimate goal. That shining star that brightly guides you. Another goal, but maybe a bit more difficult. A goal that challenges you to use more skills, more knowledge, perhaps making new connections. It might take a bit more time, but you can manage it. Maybe you need another course, more research, ask more questions.
The New Years Resolution is an interesting idea. Everyone needs to improve themselves. Set a goal and focus on the achievement of this goal. Every year, you set a goal, with mindful attention to it. Every year, your self fulfillment progresses. Be a better you. Fulfill that goal. Focus and strive. Concentrate your effort. Don’t give up on it. Even if you only partly manage it, set it again next year. It needs more courses, it needs more research, it needs more focus, it needs more help, more collaboration. Even the attainment of small goals, puts you on the right track.
That large looming star that shines so brightly on you, guiding and lighting your path, does not diminish. Follow your star. It’s the beacon in your life. If it tells you to redirect your route, put faith in it’s wisdom. No achievement accomplished is a loss to you. It only builds more and more skills. Skills that you will put to use to attain that goal. That course was necessary for you. For example, a course in cooking leads to to the goal of being an accountant. How so? Perhaps your business will be more successful if you entertain your guests. Maybe you need to run that marathon, so that your clients know that you have other interests. Maybe you need to volunteer with the business community so that they know who you are and that you care about them. Why would they support you if you don’t support them, or it they don’t know who you are.
All of your fine education lost for lack of contacts.
The New Years resolution is an idea on focusing on goal setting and on personal growth. A cultural phenomena that all are encouraged to participate in. Is it worth your while to set a goal? All around the world, people do it. What about you?

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
January 1, 2015

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Training

Good day, Brave hearts!
The wondrous world awakens you and this day of glory calls you. Hail, you skilled and mighty human.
Feel your strong, toughened body. Each muscle responds to the call. The body, so firmly controlled, obedient to that masterful mind, that intense will, that demanding purpose. The body, who no longer wails, rest, pain and injury! The body, silenced and controlled. The body, who’s insistent complaints of fatigue, pain, cold, hunger and heat are now quashed to the demand of the superior mind. Mind over matter is mind over body. Supremely controlled, the body performs dutifully to the demanding mind. Lean and perfect, this body, the only vessel of the mind and the soul, will perform.
Now, the masterful mind, visualizes the result. It sees it’s body execute that turn, complete that course, hit the target. The masterful mind outperforms the body. The specific focus to a goal of achievement. The narrow view, where the world is shut out and the only perception of the senses is the play.

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The superior mind, that focused aptitude of skill and courage. Shut out the chaos of the world, concentrate on the objective of this goal. This is the challenge of the day. To visualize the outcome and to control the persistent nagging of the body. To see the result and to demand performance to it. To see the finish, one step at a time, to enact and recreate the desired results. Repeat the performance and follow through. Over and over, until the body understands the training and properly learns the sequence. The focus of the mind, so superior, so specified. An aptitude at it’s highest, driven to excellence. The exhaustive play, the painful concentration, the focus, the focus, don’t loose the focus. A battle won, or a battle lost in the simple shift of focus, loss of clarity or loss of concentration. A distraction, a diversion, a deliberate ruse to disrupt, annoy, upset or abuse, however simple, but perfectly planned to divert attention and set the player off their mark.
It’s commonplace.
Find your finest aptitude great human and focus your fine and brilliant mind on it’s goal. No failure there. A strong and focused mind, a trained and willing body, a spirit to overcome the obstacle. Come brave hearts, to the joy of success, to the thrill of achievement and to the duty to yourselves to live your lives well. Strengthen your bodies, strengthen your minds, increase your spirit, plan your destiny, focus on your goal. Awaken your spirit to the fulfillment of dreams and to the quest for more life, more living.
Call your colleagues around you, develop your support group, find your like-minded, encouraging allies.
This is your life!
Hail, bravehearts! To lives well lived, to destinies achieved and to a call to the order of the brilliant mind.
Hail brave hearts, to your success!
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
February 12, 2014