I’ve always believed that the best place to start is at the end!
Or, as I like to paraphrase the old saying, “If you don’t know where you are going, you are sure to end up where you don’t want to be.”
This is why I want to be sure I know my intended end result before I start any project!
By knowing where I want to end up, I can map out the course I plan to take to get there as quickly as possible.
And, I can also plan in advance what tools, resources, support, and nutrients I will require to keep my energy full and vibrant throughout the process.
So, together, let’s now begin at the end.
STARTING AT THE END
My invitation to you is to take a moment to consider what you feel you must accomplish before the end of your life here on earth.
Yes, before you leave the earth.
Remember, I said we would be starting at the end!
Once you have your answer, we can lighten up and have some fun.
Next, please take out a sheet of paper and make a list of all the projects, activities, and commitments you have made to yourself to achieve before your body is ready to move on to whatever is next in this life.
The next step is to put a circle around the top 3 projects, activities, and/or commitments that you have listed – the ones you feel are ABSOLUTE MUSTS for you to accomplish in this lifetime.
Your 3rd step is to consider – of those 3 that are circled – which is the ABSOLUTE #1?
This is the one I like to call my “B-ALL” (said as ‘Be-All’ – a shortened version of the phrase ‘be-all, end-all’) Goal.
Your “B-All” Goal — henceforth known as your “B-All” – is what you will be keeping your eye on throughout this blog series until it’s achieved.
This is the end at which we will begin!
So to reach your Ultimate Goal – throughout this blog series — “Keep Your Eye on Your B-All”!
Keep one’s eye on the ball
1. Fig. to watch or follow the ball carefully, especially when one is playing a ball game; to follow the details of a ball game very carefully.
2. . Fig. to remain alert to the events occurring around oneself.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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