There is nothing wrong with making these common New Year's Resolutions.
- Get Fit
- Lose Weight
- Reduce Drinking
- Stop Smoking
- Make more money
- Get out of debt
- Spend more time with family
Of course, all of us make resolutions that we fail to keep.
The good news is that each year is an opportunity for a fresh start. But then so is each week. Every Monday is traditionally a beginning point. Actually every day is a an opportunity for a new beginning.
We set goals for ourselves each and every day. Some goals realistic and some not so much. Some of our goals we actually reach while others we fall short of. Many people just like you desire to gain health, wealth, and happiness. Maybe you've concluded that it's just too long or hard to work toward. Remember why you started this thought process in the first place.
Take time today to review your goals. I break my big goals down into smaller chunks. I have found the hardest part of goals is sharing them. If I share them or say them out loud I actually have to do something about them.
Here is my challenge to you.
- Get out a pad of paper, I'm old school - you could use your computer.
- Start writing a list of things you want to accomplish. Small or big, totally possible or really pies in the sky.
- Winnow your list down to three you can and feel totally confident in being able to accomplish in 2020
- Break down each of your three goals into three smaller goals.
- Then begin. Just start. Do something today that will get you one step toward your little goals.
- Make a plan to do something else tomorrow.
So now here is my Bigger Challenge to you.
Let me know what they are, if not me, someone.
Make your goals real,
P.S. Most of us set some sort of heath goal each year. Check out our Get Back On Track in 2020 Challenge.