The Red String!

The idea of the day is called “the red string.”  It is simply the connection on your timeline.  In your life, there are “pins” or “pivotal moments” that connect the red string from one point to the other.  They are the “major decisions,” “the fork in the road,” “the life altering changes of course.”  Getting into your flow is all part of finding your way along “the red string” so that each new “pivot pin” is made with true intention and keeps you aligned on the path of your vision and goals.  So spending some time today at your current “pivot pin,” where some new decisions and course corrections need to be made.

What does your current “pivot pin” look like in these areas?

📌 Family

📌 Finance

📌 Education

📌 Personal 

📌 Work

📌 Spiritual

📌 Health

Once you have an accurate snapshot of your current “pivot pins,” the next step is to write out your vision of what you truly wish these areas of your life would look like.  Be specific.  Cover all the senses. 

The next step is simply to take one to two steps daily in each area towards these “course corrections” you wish to make on your “red string” and reward yourself each time you mark your new “pivot pin” that brings your closer to your vision.

WISHES

✨My most favorite part of being a #FGIT is hearing what each little princess wishes for. Sometimes they know exactly what they want and sometimes they need a little faith, trust and pixie dust first. So as your resident FGIT (Fairy Godmother in Training), I want to help you get the best ROI on your #2019WISHES … Sound good??? Perfect … Let’s begin!!!

✨STEP ONE is very simple. It’s Belief! Yep, that sounds easy enough right? You must first belief that your wishes CAN come true. If you don’t believe in magic, you are guaranteeing that your wishes will remain unfulfilled. Just saying!

✨STEP TWO is also simple. It’s to Tell Other People What You Wish For! I understand we have been trained since our very first birthday to keep our wishes a secret, but that was wrong information. So starting today, speak your wishes out loud! Heard? Excellent … moving on.

✨STEP THREE is very simple, just not easy. It’s Be Patient. I know, I know … we live in the most impatient, gotta have everything right now, this instant kind of world. Well, all I can say is get over it. Some wishes take time and some of them might even get stalled because of specifics. You must be specific with your wish, otherwise your wish grantor can’t help with fulfillment. Make sense? Awesome!

✨STEP FOUR … I call this step the wish accelerator or the wish “fast pass” and it’s a very easy to remember step because I’ve turned it into an acronym. You know how much I LOVE acronyms. So do you want to know H.O.W. to make your wishes happen faster??? I thought you might. It’s really quite simple …
✨HELP
✨OTHERS
✨WISH
If you help others with their wishes, they will help you with yours. This is also true in life … if you help others get what they want, they will help you get what you want… as long as you are surrounding yourself with folks who truly want to see you succeed in life.

✨So let’s review … Belief, Tell Others, Have Patience, Help Others Wish!

✨Happy New Year Friends and Family. Looking forward to helping each one of you make all your wishes in 2019 a reality.

Yours Magically,
✨FGIT Mikki

YEAR-END REFLECTION

One of the best ways to review your year is by asking yourself questions. Below you’ll find a set of year-end reflection questions that will help you to review how the last 365 days went.

Sit down at your computer, or take out a notebook and a pen, and fill out the answers for the following year-end reflection questions:

1. The most important goal that I achieved this year was:

2. My biggest fitness accomplishment was:

3. My biggest career accomplishment was:

4. My biggest relationship accomplishment was:

5. These are the skills I acquired this year:

6. A big mistake that I made this year—and the lesson that I learned as a result—was:

7. An obstacle or a challenge that I overcame this year:

8. This year, I learned the following about myself:

9. Here’s something I learned about other people:

10. This made me laugh the hardest this year:

11. The most fun I had all year was:

12. My best memory of the year was:

13. My biggest regret of the year was:

14. My biggest disappointment of the year was:

15. The books I read this year were:

16. My favorite movie of the year was:

17. A TV show I really enjoyed watching this year was:

18. I really enjoyed this live performance (concert, play, musical, or dance performance):

19. Here’s a song I listened to over and over again this year:

20, This is something I wish I hadn’t bought this year:

21. This is the best thing I bought all year:

22. Someone I really enjoyed spending time with this year was:

23. I adopted this new positive habit:

24. I dropped this negative habit:

25. One time I stood up for myself this year was:

26. The scariest thing I went through this year was:

27. A really cool thing I created this year was:

28. My most common mental state this year was:

29. Here’s how I grew emotionally this year:

30. Here’s how I grew spiritually this year:

31. The best gift I received this year was:

32. The nicest thing someone did for me this year was:

33. The nicest thing I did for someone else this year was:

34.  I showed real gumption this year when I:

35. If I could change one thing about this year it would be:

36. A new food/dish I tried this year was:

37. This year my physical health was:

38. Here’s a new friend I made this year:

39. This year I traveled to:

40. Here’s one adventure I had this year:

41. One contribution I made to my community was:

42. This year I spent a lot of time here:

43. This year I broke out of my comfort zone by:

44. A hobby I loved spending time on this year was:

45. This year I practiced self care by:

46. My biggest time waster this year was:

47. Here’s a great time-saving hack I learned this year:

48. What I am most grateful for this year is:

49. Here are three words that would sum up this year:

50. If I could travel back to the beginning of the year, here’s some advice I would give myself: