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Talane Miedaner
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Executive Life Coach for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners, Master Life Coach at LifeCoach.com
Executive Life Coach for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners, Master Life Coach at LifeCoach.com

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Sometimes the simple tips are the ones that get the biggest results, try this effective tip for clearing the clutter from your desk and let me know how it works for you.
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How to get Motivated--Create a Fulfilling Vision for Your Life that Pulls You Forward
Last week I promised you I'd show you how to create your own reality. The secret to being naturally motivated is to create a fulfilling vision for your life that pulls you forward, then you don't need willpower or discipline because you eagerly look forward to achieving this ideal life.

Now both my personal coaching clients and executive coaching clients usually freak out when they hear the 'vision' word. How do you create a vision? Don't panic. This isn't hard at all. A vision should come to you naturally and it doesn't have to be grandiose to be effective. In fact, you can have lots of visions and they can be personal or business-oriented. The point of having a vision is to inspire you to think really big and to give you a visual image in your mind to focus on. Let's look at some big, inspiring visions: Bill Gate's vision for Microsoft is to have a computer on every desk running Microsoft software. JFK had a vision to land a man on the moon. Lifecoach.com has a vision to make life coaching accessible and affordable to everyone on the planet. 

You can also have personal visions. When I was single, living in the Catskills Mountains alone with my two cats, I had a vision of having a family living in a beautiful house by the seaside. It has now come true. You might envision a new sofa for your living room or driving around in a red convertible. You don't have to have lofty or generous visions. Selfish visions are perfectly okay! 

How to create a vision? Just think of what you'd love to have happen in your life and your business or career. If you draw a blank, take a stack of old magazines and flip through them. If something attracts you, cut it out. Paste everything you want on a white board and this is the vision for your life. One executive coaching client did this and found a house exactly like the one she had cut out of the magazine! 

How does this work? What you focus on expands. So imagining and picturing your vision will draw it to you. Seems strange but it is a very effective technique. The trick is to see it as already true and to hold it very lightly as you would a wish. When we are desperate to have something happen, we can drive the opportunity away. Try it and let me know what you attract. And, if you've already had success with this method, please let us know at talane@lifecoach.com. 

All the best,
 
Talane Miedaner 
Master Life Coach
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It is probably fair to say that most of the time things don't go according to plan. This is actually a good thing because things can turn out better, even when at first it may seem to be "bad news."

http://www.blog.lifecoach.com/hunt-for-happiness/
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It doesn't matter how much success you've achieved, rejection of any sort, for any reason, still hurts. Here is a simple strategy for flourishing through rejection! http://lnkd.in/UppcVh
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Sign up for my free webinar on Thursday with Morgan McKinley, where I'll be sharing tips usually given to senior executives who want to become more powerful!

https://www.facebook.com/lifecoachtribe/posts/10151476810496903
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The fabulous La La Choir singing Bohemian Rhapsody! Can you spot me?! :) Enjoy!
The La La Choir singing Bohemian Rhapsody
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What are you tolerating?! Discover how to eliminate those petty annoyances!
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