Goal Setting

In Empowerment, Parenting by Dawn MarieLeave a Comment

I’ve always liked the start of a New Year! It’s like starting over, starting fresh, starting anew like you’ve never made a mistake. We have the opportunity to right any of those things that are limiting us and the relationships in our circle or projects we’ve been meaning to get done but haven’t yet.

Let me encourage you to not let another year slip by without getting some of those projects completed. Every year I make a list of things I will accomplish going into the New Year. The list is very, very long. I set myself up to fail.

Why do I do this? Because even if I only get three-quarters of it completed, I have accomplished tons of goals. I often hear people say, “I don’t make New Year’s resolutions” or “I’ve already broken my New Year’s resolution.” Then you’re making the wrong type of resolution. Are you saying, “I’m going to exercise everyday” or our you saying “I’m going to get more fit” and figuring out how to get that to happen and take steps to do so. I chose the later, because I can make a difference in my life each year! Give it a try!!!

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