Goals for 2014

Mission Statement:

My mission statement for this year is inspired by the lyrics to Sara Bareilles: Brave

“Say what you wanna say, and let the words fall out. Don’t run, just stop holding your tongue. Show the world how big your brave is.”

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Acting (Business)

  1. Sign with a top agency in Vancouver
  2. Book first professional role
  3. Book first guest star

Acting (skills)

  1. Learn a French Dialect
  2. Learn a New York Dialect
  3. Learn how to sing
  4. Contemporary Dance (level 3)


  1. Write and publish a book to Amazon.ca
  2. Write my first play
  3. Get one of my short stories published in a literary magazine


  1. Get Freshly Pressed
  2. 200 followers – completed January 22nd
  3. 500 followers
  4. 1000 followers

Books I’d Like to Cover on my Blog

  1. E-Squared: Nine do-it-yourself energy experiments for proving your thoughts create your reality – by Pam Grout
  2. The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, live anywhere, and join the New Rich – by Timothy Ferris
  3. Achieve Anything in Just One Year: Be inspired daily to live your dreams and accomplish your goals – by Jason Harvey
  4. The Happiness Advantage: The seven principles of positive psychology that fuel success and performance at work – by Shawn Achor
  5. The Success Principles: How to get from where you are to where you want to be – by Jack Canfield


  1. Complete (Insanity: 60-day program) – completed January 27th
  2. Run a 10k in under 50 minutes
  3. Run half marathon in under 1.35
  4. Appear in another fitness video – completed January 28th
  5. Take a yoga teacher training
  6. Trained myself to do the splits
  7. Trained myself to do handstand


  1. Pay off my Line of Credit
  2. Pay off my Student Loan

Places I would like to visit

  1. LA
  2. New York


  1. Read all of the Pulitzer Prize Winning Plays
  2. Learn how to speak French
  3. Attend an Abraham-Hick’s Event
  4. Ski in Whistler
  5. Swim with Dolphins
  6. Sing for an audience

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