Reviewing your goals are power ups
There are 107 days left this year, and that got me thinking about my 2018 goals. Over the weekend I reflected about the experiences I’ve had by trying to achieve these outrageous yet achievable goals like, Work with K-Swiss, do a project with Gary-Vee, and run a half marathon. What really made me smile and re ignited my motivation was thinking about the work it took. The late nights, early mornings, learning on the spot etc.
Lately I have been so focused on just working hard that I kind of have forgotten about the big picture. The lesson (Reminder) I learned from reviewing my goals, is that I need to focus on the small task first but always be thinking of the big picture. For example, I want to run a marathon this year, in order to do that I have to train by first doing a 3k, 5k, 10k, and a half marathon. Completing each run the best I can with the mentality that it’s what is going to help me run and finish the full.
I recommend that you check and review your goals. See what you’ve been able to do, and see what you have left. It’s kind of exciting because a lot changes in 10 months. Leave me a comment and let me know what’s up with your goals.
With that, here is week 41 of my #HighFiveFriday blog / podcast on youtube. .
Quote: Do you want it or not? A personal thought that came into my head as I was writing down goals. This is a long topic, but in a nutshell, it all comes down to purpose. Knowing what you really want to accomplish or do, and knowing there is a price to be paid. If you want it, then get it.
Podcast: Joe Rogan Experience #1169 - Elon Musk - I’m mind blown with Elon. Dude is so interesting. I don’t think he smoked btw. I think it’s important to improve peoples experience like he does, and that is being you, being positive, and trying to do good. just my thought.
Music I'm Listening to: Til it’s over: Anderson Paak: This track just puts me in such a good happy mood and it makes me want to dance. plus if you’ve seen the video, it makes you love the track and ander
Who Impacted me: My immediate co-workers. Watching them own their work and get shit done has really made an impact on me. They challenge me everyday. I haven’t felt this excitement and momentum ever. I’m learning to appreciate my co-workers more because of how much they teach me. Which in turn makes me want to work harder and create the best work I can.
What I'm working on:
Keeping track of 2 things: My morning routine: which is , Morning meditation, Journal a morning thought, and work out. Night time is similar, Night breathing meditation, Night thought, and stretching. The second thing I’m tracking is my 6 most important things for work that I think will help me level up in my work. I’m tracking by using an app called Streek. so it sends me reminders, it rates your progress. It’s a good way to know where I need to grow. or Do what I said I was going to do.
Here is last weeks episode.
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