Each year end, a bit of time spent taking stock of the years accomplishment is smart. Sometimes we get so focused on what we didn’t do well, and and the things that we did do well don’t get any attention.
Change is a process, not a destination. The person we are today is not the same as the person we were on this day one year ago. The events of the past year have given us new perspective and a fresh platform from which to forge our future.
Setting any goal is not the hard part. Planning for a goal isn’t the hard part. The hard part is executing that goal when our mind wants to do something else. How do we get around these obstacles? The fire of sheer will power can do it for a time, but that usually fizzles out. Stacking habits increases your chances of maintaining them. Click here to read about habit stacking. For those of you in the New Year Challenge, I will be helping you find your triggers and stack your new habits.
Whether you want big changes in your life, or you simply want to get the most out of the next year, this is a good time to huddle up. Take a pen to paper and write down your 2023 accomplishments, then ask yourself what you want to write a year from now. Anything is possible with a plan; a goal with no plan is a just a wish.
Cheers and Happy New Year!