looking for direction? find your values.



Holly in the Soho window

Our ambassador Holly brings her practice to the Soho community

Before you can set powerful goals, you need to identify what your values are. We asked to get a peek at Holly’s recent pursuits. Her response? “I am in the process of altering my goals AGAIN.” No problem - that's perfect. We explored what it takes to get clarity on the goal setting process. She thinks of it like trying on clothes. We like the sound of that.

Setting goals is a ongoing process for me. Sometimes defining them in words can be daunting. I’ve come to think of it as trying on clothes – there’s no need to commit, you can just see how they fit. By saying your goals out loud and writing them on paper, you try them on. Some fit better than others and that’s ok. Through the process of goal setting, we find our authentic voice and can articulate what we want to live for - but it isn't without effort. It’s something I’m working on right now. It is not easy. Things worth doing are seldom easy.

where to start

Sometimes we can get stuck on where to begin. A good place to start is to identify what moves you. I’ve discovered there are a few themes I live by, like a personal manifesto. They cultivate my inner space and create my outer experience.  They are my foundation for setting powerful goals. 

holly's themes

  • The world is coming from you, not at you.    
  • Love is more powerful than fear.  
  • Gratitude is the greatest currency.  
  • Be kind and gentle with yourself. 

I'm focusing on these as I create my future. Time to grab my journal and hit the dressing room, so to speak.

where to go from here

We’re inspired. Still haven’t penned your goals? No worries. Start by focusing on what inspires you. What will you try on? 

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5 Comments »


Wow, I love Holly even more. This post is so powerful!

Comment by Tracy — January 26, 2011 @ 8:25 pm


Holly! You amazed me :)

Comment by Romina — January 26, 2011 @ 9:07 pm


Fantastic advice, and very well-spoken. Thanks Holly!

Comment by Kris — January 27, 2011 @ 7:13 am


so amazing – Holly is such an inspiration!

Comment by Jess Y — January 27, 2011 @ 7:44 am


Very Interesting. You have a good post.Keep it Up!!

Comment by Get Clarity — August 29, 2011 @ 9:23 am


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