(This is Main Street by Angie, who is working on art goals here on the blog!)
This has been a personal project to blog every day for a school year on goals and dreams. My hope was that I could find a group of people to work with me.
I was lucky enough to find a small, but sincere group of inspirational people to keep me company. We've been using Walt Disney's philosophies or creations as inspiration.
I am no longer blogging daily, but I am notified if comments are posted, and I'll be happy to keep the discussion going!
art by A.Daley
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2 days to GOal: Just one person
This quote appears somewhere in the Disney parks. Do you know where?
I picked this quote for today because it shows how an attraction in a Disney Park motivated someone in some way to try and make a change.
I'm not sure what kind of a difference only one person could make in some situations, but it is possible that the difference could be significant to one other person in some way.
As I reflect on the projects, goals, and dreams that were shared during this blog, I see a very diverse group of people. We had an_adoption, a_website_to_share_travel_information, an_art_portfolio, and a whole list of other worthy projects. We redecorated our rooms with the parts of the project at these links. We have Moms who want to do the best for children, debt that is being paid down, and a whole list of other projects.
Tomorrow I will be able to move my goal for blogging every day for a school year to the "finished" list. WOW! I have to say that there were some days when I thought that would never happen!
This blog will continue to stay open, and I will continue to add member goals or move them to the finished list if members ask me to.
Yesterday's blog entry dealt with branching out and inspiring others, but today I'd like to reflect on those personal goals that still burn inside us because we will never really finish them.
There is one goal that I don't know just when I can say I've met. I want to be a writer of books or articles that inspire, teach, or motivate, but I don't know when I will have accomplished that. I suppose that will be an ongoing goal.
Did helping with the PassPorter guides accomplish that goal, if something I wrote helped a person to enjoy a vacation? Or, maybe, if I answered a question in the Special Needs Forum that helped someone, will that qualify as having met my goal? Or, maybe, if one person go something out of this blog, does that count?
We discussed creating measurable goals a while back, which is helpful when trying to mark progress.
OOPS! Ran out of time...to be finished later..........