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Take Action Now and Appreciate Your Ability — 33 Comments

  1. Nice post, Lynda! I have found that sealing my bowls with the Clear acrylic sealer I get at the local building supply store really helps to stiffen the all-purpose rope bowls I make. They end up pretty rigid, so they are functional as well as decorative, and the sealer protects the surface from stains. I’m not sure if this would be an issue with your dyed cord – do you rinse the cord or wash out after the dye has set? If not, there could be bleeding issues with the sealer.

  2. Hello, I’ve been trying to teach my teen to set goals. She tends to get herself so uptight at the end result that that she does nothing. I want her to read this post – maybe reading it from you and not hearing it from her mother – will make her think.

  3. Hey!
    I am scared to write down all that I have to learn to accomplish my goals as I fear there are so many to keep up with…..
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  4. most lists I make are the “what needs to be done during the day” or “places we want to travel “to but we haven’t done really any goals.

  5. Getting stronger in believing in my own abilities! Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  6. Thanks for these tips! I’m going to start my list tonight, it’s going to be a long one but I know I will be able to accomplish my goals!

  7. I so know the lack of confidence excuse I have used that one time to many. But I have tried to get out my comfort zone a lot more lately.

  8. Good info – each year on New Years I make a bucket list for the coming year. I am a planner.

  9. This reminds me of something a friend said.. Whatever you are good at, be good at that. Everything else, outsource it!

  10. Those are all really great tips. I tend to make up excuses for myself and I need to just stop.

  11. I’ve been trying to teach my teen to set goals. She tends to get herself so uptight at the end result that that she does nothing. I want her to read this post – maybe reading it from you and not hearing it from her mother – will make her think.

  12. Sounds like really good advice.

  13. I am good at setting goals, but I have to admit that sometimes I am also good at procrastination. I am a lot better at not procrastinating now than I used to be though. 🙂

  14. Much as I create lists for different things, I have never thought of creating a list about my plans and goals for the future. Sounds like a good idea, though!

    HilLesha

  15. I think I am more accountable when I write things down. I need to TAN to get some things done this week.

  16. Great advice. i am one to always come up with an excuse and I need to pass them, appreciate all I do and move forward.

  17. I’m making a list of my goals for 2015. I’m so excited to get started on that list!

  18. I’m focused on my goals – personal and professional – for 2015, and your post is a good reminder that we can do whatever we set our mind to. Thanks for sharing!

  19. I think I need to dig a little deeper!
    most lists I make are the “what needs to be done during the day” or “places we want to travel “to but we haven’t done really any goals.

  20. I’ve been better over this last week about ignoring my own excuses and just pushing through. Things are getting done!

  21. I try not to accept excuses, but the fact of the matter is, that sometimes they’re legit.

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