Leveraging the best outcome.

August 17th, 2012

With a major assignment due end of day tomorrow and the prep for two new projects that start Monday, I’m tapped into my energy of self-discipline. It’s self-control – my ability to manage my own thoughts – that allows me to get the job done successfully every time.

I’m focused on outcomes. My expectations are positive. There’s no struggle required. I ‘m leveraging how good it feels to save a finished file and check off it off my list. Mentally, I’m already there.

It’s like the name of a favorite 9th Avenue eatery, Qi Restaurant. Only instead of Herbal Coconut Calamari or Spicy Beef Mango Salad, I’m serving an energetic plate of vision, imagination, enthusiasm, self-reliance and initiative. In my mind, the work is all done, and delicious.



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2 Responses to “Leveraging the best outcome.”

  1. Hazel says:

    How beautiful comment of self-discipline. Just what I needed today.
    My best wishes to you and huge success in your endeavors!

  2. Julie Tarney says:

    Great to hear from you, Hazel. I know your Qi is always flowing smoothly downstream!