Goals... not resolutions.
5 Questions to get you started.
Resolutions are great. They’re firm decisions to do or not do something. So we guess we have, in fact, set a resolution: achieving our goals. Don’t take this the wrong way; your healthy eating, soul searching, no nonsense taking, loving thyself, resolutions are a great starting point. But the thing is, resolutions are the grand result of the journey. They limit your perspective to “The Grand Reveal” rather than give you a purpose to form a plan that will achieve said resolution.
In a nutshell, a resolution is an idea of the result you want to achieve. An idea with a schedule, timeline or plan, becomes a goal.
We’ve had a hard think about our goals for 2020. A new decade just began and all that we achieve within the next 10 years will be a part of our growth “This past decade” in 2030! The pressure is on.. because we’d like to think there’s plenty to do in 10 years-time.
Before we set our goals, we asked ourselves five questions which act as the foundation of all that we want to achieve. Here they are:
...We believe that it’s the root of everything. If you’re not feeling well, you’re not growing well. Taking care of physical and mental health is not a luxury, it’s a necessity.
Have you actually taken all the feedback you’ve received into consideration?
You may have heard…but did you listen?
There’s thousands of ways, but which one best suits you? You need to decide these things and run with them. Don’t be shy and go for it.
A class? A course? We have the internet at our fingertips, which means we have massive amounts of knowledge that is available to us at all times. Take advantage of that.
Whatever powers your ambitions and inspirations…do that.