Keeping Your Eye On The Gold Means Committing To A Goal


There are many tips and tricks out there on how to best set and manage your goals and at times it can all seem a bit…overwhelming.

The most important tip anyone can ever give you on goal-setting is this:To just set a goal.

Before you set your goal, it is just a dream, an idea…something vague in the back of your mind. Once you state it clearly and write it down, your play is set in motion.

Setting your goal is the first step toward success and thus the most important one.

After that, the Universe will align and conspire to assist you. Doors will open, opportunities will arise and things will start to fall into place.

Before you know it momentum will be carrying you forward.

Of course, after you get started you can refine your goal, strategize how you will keep moving down the field and fine tune how you handle the challenges you’ll encounter along the way.

But you don’t need to know all these things to call the first play… just call it and get started.

As the old saying goes, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.”

Have A Magnificent Monday!

Honoring Bruce Lee in Seattle (Oct. 4-5, 2014)

Sijo Bruce Lee, Founder, Jeet Kun Do System of Self Defense
Sijo Bruce Lee, Founder, Jeet Kun Do System of Self Defense

This past weekend, in Seattle, was Bruce Lee Weekend and thousands of martial artists and friends showed up to pay their respects and honor his memory. For me, I saw many pictures of Bruce Lee in our Reyes Family photo albums taken in the ’60s with my father-in-law, Master Aleju C. Reyes, of the original hard-style Kajukenbo school known as Reyes Kenpo Karate in California.

“A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.” ~ Bruce Lee


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HPS and Reiki Grandmaster Victoria Lanakila Generao, Founder, ‘Aha Hui Lanakila, Inc.



~ Aloha Ke Akua!