Achieve can be such a scary word. It signifies something done, something reached for and achieved. It's the end of the 'do' process.
The hubster and I were talking the other night and I was wondering out loud why it seemed I had such a hard time finishing projects...getting that letter into the mail...uploading those photos I promised someone...baking the recipe I'd been dying to try. This isn't just being too busy, or forgetting something once in a while, but constant negligence. And he said it was because I wasn't a do-er.
I heartily concurred..I'm a dreamer. If I can imagine it, I feel just as accomplished as though I had done it in real life.
Are you a dreamer? Or a doer? On a Saturday morning, are you the type to finish 5-6 things before lunch? Or read a book and curl up in bed all morning?
I told him a few of my dreams for the future, things I hope to accomplish. I asked him, "Do you think I can do it?"
He said, "Yes."
I said, "But do you think I WILL do it?"
The answer was debatable. So for a few weeks I've been pondering that idea..how much can people change? If you want something badly, can you change enough of your fundamental character to be that kind of person? Can a dreamer become a do-er? Or could a do-er ever slow down to the pace of a dreamer?
The dreams and goals I have for the future require a lot of do-er persona so for the month of October, my focus is DO. It's not achieve (yet!) but the steps up to it.
What's your focus for October?