The New Year is Here
Have you thought about your goals for this year?
I am not talking about those that seem to fade as quickly as they are made, like ‘go on a diet’ or ‘stop eating chocolate’.
Goals that have substance might be along the following lines:
1. Writing 100 words per day.
2. Spend 10 minutes per day writing down ideas for your book.
3. Only read books that will help you achieve your goals and lift you up.
4. Say thank you whenever possible.
Keeping goals simple.
Work on behaviours, rather than an idealistic, unclear statement like ‘I will get fit’.
Break it down into small manageable pieces.
Consider what you can do daily.
With small daily goals you are more likely to reach your potential sooner.
Keep up your positive self-talk, which is more probable with small daily goals.
You want to stretch yourself. However, you do not want to put your goals out of reach.
What is your small daily goal?
Think about how one slight change today will become a significant change in 10 days, 20 days and 30 days.
You can do it, if you want to improve who you are.