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Goal Setting Six: Unfinished Business

If you want to “clean up” your life and open the door for some fresh air to come into your life consider setting some goals to complete some of your unfinished business. This could mean completing old projects (or retiring them completely), facing an addiction, cleaning up stuff in closets or the garage, learning how to play the piano you bought, renewing an old friendship, completing your degree, or anything that may be in the back of your mind that may be dragging you down. Unload that burden. Sit down with yourself and set some realistic goals. Write them down. Commit to them. Decide what you will do, when you will do it, and any other details you need to get started. Once you start it will unfold in a natural way and will be much easier (at least psychologically) than you thought. And it will feel great to finally either let go of old unfinished commitments or to complete them. By the way, letting go of things you thought you should do back then may be the best thing if those things no longer serve you in your life today. Letting go can be another way of completing unfinished business. What ever, letting go or going for completion you will feel a bunch better about yourself and your life if you get started. How about starting now?

Wendy Hill is a San Diego Counselor and Hypnosis Therapist

Wendy Hill, M.A., Ph.D. candidate (2013) has been in private practice in psychotherapy and hypnotherapy in San Diego and Encinitas for over thirty years. As a therapist and counselor Wendy specializes in transforming self-defeating core beliefs. Her therapy includes using hypnosis and counseling to treat anxiety, depression, addiction, childhood abuse, sexual abuse, relationships, self-confidence, and life challenges. Her website is www.wendyhill.com.


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