Last updated on December 18th, 2011 at 08:57 pm
I am not a big believer in TV in the bedroom, but because my living room is so often filled with teenagers these days, I now have a small one that sits on a dresser in the corner of my room.
The teenagers were particularly loud with their video games and their late night Saturday TV, so I decided to turn on PBS out of San Francisco on channel 9 to drown out their sounds.
If that is ever possible with teenagers.
Ohh God – I sound just like my mother.
As I turned to channel 9, I just happened to catch the beginning of a Best of PBS airing of Jack Canfield.Â I haven’t seen this particular show so I laid back to watch with interest.Â The teenage sounds faded into the background, as I began to laugh aloud when his talk turned to goal setting, which is something 8 Women Dream just got through doing for 2010.
I wasn’t exactly popular when I suggested it to the group.
I want to get the DVD of this Jack Canfield program and I highly recommend it for those of you having trouble with your dream goals.Â He offers some sound advise on how to get from here to there (with there being a better place).
The Law of Attraction has come under fire ever since the James Ray catastrophe with the sweat lodge and deaths in Arizona, so just mentioning the phrase can bring on a lot of controversy, but I have always liked what Jack Canfield has to say.
So don’t shoot me.
Here’s a video portion of the show I watched Saturday night where he talks about goal setting –
He also offers some free stuff on his Success Principles website where he has a FREE one year planning guide for goal setting.
By the way, I do have 150 lifetime goals written down in my paper journal that I carry with me wherever I go.Â Maybe someday I will share them with you.
In the meantime I am trying to decide where I should update my dream status each week of getting this group on TV, getting this blog to the top 100 websites in the world and writing about what the experience was like.
Sometimes I can’t believe I am actually doing this — every day.
Catherine Hughes is the founder, content director and editor-at-large of 8WomenDream. She is passionate about helping women step out of their own way and strike out into a world waiting for their special talents. She’s a published author and a former award-winning mom blogger. Catherine has helped companies both large and small create engaging web content, social media narratives, and unique blogging platforms. She claims to be a redhead, but don’t hold that against her.
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