Have you ever set a goal that didn’t feel good? Like, maybe you set the goal but didn’t achieve it? Or you set it, and then changed course midway and felt like that was a failure? This is goal burnout. I help people quit traditional goal setting so they can set intentions that feel good to make. So if you set a goal, or change it, or drop it, or totally over-deliver, you still feel good about it. Goal setting that feels good is the whole point.
At the heart of it all? A commitment to feeling good.
Cynics would say that choosing to place your focus on feeling good is silly – maybe, even selfish.
But I (and thousands of other Desire Mappers around the globe) know better. Because who wants to live a life that doesn’t feel good?
Who wants to work in a job that sucks their life force?
Who wants to be in relationships where they don’t feel nourished and honored?
Who wants to feel bored in their own life?
Not me. And I’m pretty sure, not you.
The Desire Map taught me how to make better choices by making decisions based on my core desired feelings. And that boils down to living a life that feels good to live.
I’ve watched this book inspire major transformation in my own life and in the lives of many others. I believe in this material — I know that it works.
… which is why, I’m taking my passion for The Desire Map one step further. I have become an Official Licensed Facilitator of The Desire Map. Woo!
I’m stepping up and offering to guide other people through the desire mapping process by hosting my very own workshops: The Desire Map Workshop: Level 1 and The Desire Map Workshop: Level 2
I don’t believe we’re on this planet to live unfulfilled lives, or to let our potential go unrealized.
I DO believe that we’re each here to design a life that feels good. Feel good at work, in your clothes, in your relationships, in your heart.
The Desire Map is a fresh take on goal setting. You know how every year you make New Year’s resolutions (lose ten pounds, cut the sugar, take more vacations, write a book) and then every year when you break those, you feel bad about yourself? That whole process is backwards. The way we should be doing it is figuring out how we want to feel — at work, at home, in a relationship, and then plan our goals and intentions to support us in feeling that way.
It’d be my honor to support you in creating that. I’d love to see you at my Desire Map virtual workshop.