Have you taken time to visualize what you want in your life? Where your attention goes, energy flows. Where energy flows, something grows 🙌🏽⠀
Take a moment every day to visualize what you want to achieve in life, feel it, and take some action to help you get closer to that goal. .
Vision boards are also a great way to help get you focused on what you want. The process is fun too. ⠀
Sometimes I’m drawn to a picture. I’m not sure what it means but I add it to my vision board anyway! One year I cut out an image of a child cooking and that year I volunteered for Coach Art teaching children how to cook 🍽 I didn’t foresee that specifically but love how that opportunity presented itself. I’ve created vision boards over the years and used visualization techniques; it’s amazing to see so much of what I put on my board and what I’ve meditated on has come to life - house, career, wedding, art shows, vacations, experiences, community events ✨⠀
If there’s an area or areas in your life you want to have a breakthrough in, make a vision board! Picture it. Take action. Make it a reality. .
Have you ever created a vision board? Have you gone through a visualization exercise? Are you interested or curious about learning more? If so, I’m leading a vision board workshop on Sunday December 16th. Join the fun! Invest in yourself! ✨ Link in bio✨Questions? Feel free to DM me 💛
Creed II is the eighth film in the ‘Rocky’ franchise and sees relative newcomer Steven Caple Jr. take over the reigns from ‘Creed’ creator Ryan Coogler. We catch up with Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) some years later after being crowned Heavyweight Champion of the World.
Dolph Lundgren returns in his iconic Drago role to face up against Rocky one more time, though this time from the sidelines. He and son Viktor (Florian Munteanu) bait Donnie into a title bout by playing on the memory of his late father, something Donnie feels he has to rise up to and face. We do actually witness a short recap of events from ‘Rocky IV’ as Donnie rewatches events himself on his tablet, which helps to familiarise new audiences with the ‘Rocky’ story without alienating the old audiences; a shrewd move from the writers.
Creed II is as much about Rocky making peace with his life choices as it is about Creed. Stallone gets a decent amount of screen time, and is his usual captivating self in the role. Michael B. Jordan puts on a real show, and Tessa Thompson is great once again. The Drago side story is just as intriguing, exploring the fallout after the conclusion of ‘Rocky IV’ from Ivan’s point-of-view.
The boxing sequences once again are well executed and intricately shot. You really feel every punch. Although there are lulls in the action, Caple Jr. gives time for the characters, family dramas and relationships to really develop, packing the finale with a meatier emotional punch. Of course, there are only so many ways of telling a similar story, but Creed II is still an entertaining watch, full of heart, nostalgia for die-hard ‘Rocky’ fans, and that just about outshines its predecessor.
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