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Celebrating accomplishment

In the planning of our goals, we set our intention, we write it down, we visualize, we construct action plans, we take mini-steps, we set a deadline and we establish accountability to someone other than ourselves.  When we accomplish our goal, what then?  We celebrate of course!  Celebration is as important to the goal-setting process as any of the other components.  When we celebrate, we anchor the energy of achievement into our beings with positive, rejuvenating love.  Any and all accomplishments, whether large or small, are causes for celebration.  And celebration can happen at any time on the way toward the final goal, not just when the goal is completed.  Often, those times we are struggling and we manage to take a step closer are the times we need to celebrate the most!  How to celebrate?  We can celebrate in whatever ways we choose that support us in our continued success and motivation. This week, how will you celebrate your accomplishments?

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