Becoming The Person You Want to Be

Pegine’s Thoughts:

“We are responsible for the daily actions we do or don’t do towards our dream.
We are NOT responsible for the outcome…the outcome comes from a higher source.”
~Pegine Echevarria, MSW~


“Begin somewhere; you can not build a reputation on what you intend to do.”
~Liz Smith~

  1. List as many words as you can that describe the person you want to be.
    For example; powerful, dynamic, positive, lovable, capable, philanthropic, stable, financially wealthy.
  2. Just for today decide how a person with those characteristics would act if they where living your life.
  3. Act that way.

The Aladdin Factor by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen (1995, Berkley Publishing Group)

Here is a life-changing book for both me… and for my daughter. The book is about the power of learning to ask for what you want. It is a simple, easy-to-read story of Aladdin and his search for riches of wealth, health, love and answers. The book has helped me learn how to change my actions AND my reactions to situations by asking for my desires. Imagine a well-worn; dog-eared book and you will have imagined my copy.

Kick butt actions:

Before you go on with your life, take time this month to review where you’ve been. So often we think we haven’t done anything, or accomplished anything until we review all that we have done. This log is not only for work but also a review of your relationships, your physical health, and your attitude. Once you review it congratulate yourself on achievements and if you haven’t logged your actions for this year to date look at this message as an opportunity. Start right now to log your actions for the  Year, next year at this time you will see all that you have to celebrate!

Use a table to log calls, sales, and actions. Use a journal to share your emotional and spiritual growth (make sure you have a gratitude book to keep you focused on blessings). My friend Patti shared her log that she created using Microsoft® Excel® to create graphs that review her goals and actions. It is impressive to see. If you know someone who is skilled in Excel® ask them to show you how to do it.

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