In the last post, we used different hats to have your inner creator, appreciator, and editor work with you. Today, it's time to look at the logistics of your project. Is it an album? A one-person-show? We'll take a break from the "inner work" to look at a checklist of possible things you might to do help the world receive your gift more fully.
Take note that as you come close to fruition, you will be likely to find ways to self-sabotage all the great work you've done so far. Keep in touch with your daily action partner, and keep posted somewhere the purpose why you're doing this to help stay powerful in the face of obstacles.
The creative part:
- Is your work "on track?" Have you been spending the right balance of time creating/editing/planning?
- Have you gotten feedback from people who gave constructive information about your piece without criticism?
- Have you sent emails? Put out a press release? Sent the info to lists and groups and social networks?
- Have you created images or video to let people see a preview so they can get exciting about the event?
- Have you been letting everyone you know and meet how excited you are and how they can participate?
- Have you asked people to support you by helping at the event?
- Have you checked on the venue? Have you checked on the people putting together any external part of your project?
- Do you have to pay for services? Let people know about your preferences? Have someone host or introduce you? Will other people perform/exhibit/etc at the event?
This is the time to cull all of the work you've done into what feels like a "finished piece". It's likely that it won't "feel" finished. Don't worry. As my friend Brian says, "Better done than good." You'll always have time to improve upon it or make something even better with all that you've learned from this experience.
Before you present your material to the public, make sure that you've presented it to a good friend who can give you feedback with enough time to re-vamp anything that needs clarification.
In the final post on actually manifesting your dream, we'll get to the best part: celebration!
"Action that is inspired from aligned thought is joyful action. Action that is offered from a place of contradicted thought is hard work that is not satisfying and does not yield good results. When you really feel like jumping into action, that is a clear sign that your vibration is pure and you are not offering contradicting thoughts to your own desire. When you are having a hard time making yourself do something, or when the action you offer does not produce the results you are seeking, it is always because you are offering thoughts in opposition to your desire."
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