3 quotes to remember

3 quotes to remember


If you work towards a goal and your plan doesn’t work, change the plan and not the goal’ – Unknown

Keeping your goal in mind, is very important. Few goals can be reached without work, but when we do work towards them, we very often reach the goals. If the path you have chosen towards your goal doesn’t work for you, change the path. Remember your goal.

‘Never give up a dream, because it takes time to reach it. Time also disappears’ – Earl Nightingale

Far too many people waste a lot of time following a plan that doesn’t work for them. They keep going because they think it is not within their power to change the plan.

I meet a lot of people who are desperately seeking a suitable goal. Finding this can be really difficult. You need to take a good look within yourself and be very honest. Some know exactly where they are going, how and with whom.

Once you know where you are going, you need to spend some time to design a plan to reach the goal you have set for yourself. Do you have a goal? If not, maybe my free worksheet can help you get started. It is waiting for you right here.

Now that you have a goal, visualize what needs to be done and overcome, to reach it.

‘Do it with passion or don’t do it at all’ – Rosa Nouchette Carey

Very often your own mind is the obstacle. Try making a list of things that are in your way, so it becomes more obvious what needs doing, to remove or get around them.

What is your goal?

What would you like to achieve?


Reach your goal when you are aware of yourself.

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Do you ever just listen?

Do you ever just listen?


I talk, a lot. Anyone who has ever met me will know that I talk, and not just talk but I talk a lot. There are just always word coming to me, out my mouth in my head and just words all the time. I know that a part of me talking so much is the fact that I communicate what the passed spirits say. That is my gift to tell you living people what the dead say.

BUT in saying that I talk a lot, I actually listen even more. I spend a lot of my time listening to people. I see them, hear them and get words for them. Right now I am sitting at a café while my car is getting fixed.

Next to me is a table with four ladies. They are talking about things that are hard in their lives.

One, a lady in blue striped shirt, are going through a really hard time, she feel betrayed by a another friend and her husband. It is so interesting to see the other women reply to her words.

One is listening to every word, just listening.

One is jumping in all the time and relating everything to herself, and giving advice about how she should do. That makes it hard for the first lady to tell her story about her hardship. She keeps on turning the conversation back to her.

The last one is just listening and saying compassionate words. She only talks when the first lady is done, and she only validates her feelings of betray.

The first lady in stripes almost only talk to the last one because that is where she gets validated, and feels heard. Her problem is she has not been able to break the generations of abuse from husbands that her mother, and her mother before her has brought down. It is a pattern of abuse, and thinking it would be ok, not to be treated with respect and dignity.

I would love to heal that woman, but I cannot just walk up to her and ask.

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