Don’t forget to acknowledge your accomplishments

Just a reminder from Monday's newsletter that I'll be setting aside time tomorrow afternoon at 1 p.m. Mountain Time to write down my accomplishments for 2008. If you care to make this a ritual, I'd love to have you join me at that time.

I ask you to join me to create some sense of community and group energy. But I also ask you to join me so that you make the time. It's important to do this for yourself.

To get a sense of the format and a list to prompt your memory, read: Acknowledge Yourself and Celebrate.

Thursday morning update: I woke up feeling a little sickly and was able to schedule an acupuncture appointment for this exact time. I'm sure it's nothing, but I don't want to take the chance. Good news: I know that clearing my chi will contribute some good to this process! Bad news: I won't be able to join in today. More good news: I'm shooting for the exact same game plan tomorrow (Friday)–in case you want to join me.

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  1. I’m a bit late to this – just did it this morning from the newsletter list. Awesome list! As soon as I worked through it, I immediately knew where all my shortcomings are: getting out to new places and meeting new people (oh, DC and that art scene is so far away and I hate going into the city, but I have pretty much done the whole So Md art scene and it seems met everyone there is to meet here who does this scene). Husband reiterates: you have to get out. Without knowing I had come to that conclusion. My introvert self squinches herself far back in a corner somewhere. Did I say AWESOME list?! Really – I can’t thank you enough. You’re the best!

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