Life Law #10

Life Law #10: You have to name it before you can claim it.

Strategy: Get clear about what you want and take your turn.

The last and final law and on New Years Eve of all days. Can there be a better day of the year to make that list of things you want to claim this year…and in your life?

I would suggest actually writing the list down. Early in our marriage Jesse and I wrote lists (at the same time but not looking at each others) of what we wanted to accomplish in the next 5, 10, 15 and 20 years. Once written and discussed they were stuck inside our Bible and left largely untouched. The shocker….five years later we had reach most of the goals ON THE WHOLE LIST. I am a believer in written goals. Here are two parting thoughts:

‘The difference between a Dream and a Goal is a timeline.’

Earl Nightingale- “It’s not what people are willing to DO to achieve their goals that keeps them from achieving their goals. It is that they are not clear in defining what they are willing to GIVE UP.”



  1. Amanda Accordino on February 9, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    I could not agree more. I made kind of a “bucket list” in a notebook a long time ago… when I was 12 including things such as ‘own a professional camera, win the revolving trophy, and qualify to compete at the state fair.’ at the time, i didn’t even lease a horse. Now, ALL of those dreams came true and then some. and when I look back and see my 12 year old hand writing (‘trophy’ was spelled wrong..) it’s such an amazing feeling

  2. Angelique Aia Hill on December 31, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    soo true Stacy, have a Happy New Year! and take care.

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