With New Years right around the corner, we want to wish you a very happy new year!
This time of year is when everyone begins to evaluate how they performed over the past year.
What they did good, what they didn’t do so well in. Whether you were the person who out did your personal best, or you’re the person who needs to level up next year, this is the time most people decide to make a change.
I’d like to propose a different perspective when it comes to the new year’s resolutions.
Instead of waiting until the new year to re-design your life and where you’re going with it, do it during the year…multiple times.
The more times we take advantage of assessing where we are and where we want to go, the more likely it is that we will reach our goals.
Think about any successful business. They’re successful because they plan their year in advance.
They know what heights they want to reach, what obstacles may be in their way and they constantly re-evaluate.
If you’re not taking the time to evaluate your status, process obstacles and hang-ups, and come up with a plan on how to move forward, then you aren’t going to be as successful as you’d like to be.
The approach of just seeing what happens is similar to throwing a bunch of spaghetti against a wall and seeing what sticks.
The more precise and calculated your steps are, the more likely you will become what you’re looking to create.
Whether you’re trying to lose weight, eat better, or be kinder…assess where you’ve been up to this point. Determine what needs to change, what obstacles are in your way, and plan out what you need to do to get there.
Once you’ve done all this, commit to this process multiple times each year.
Doing this will ensure your success, not just for the few weeks after the new year, but for continued improvement throughout your life.
Stay healthy friends.