Have More Experiences VS Goals.
I love the new year because it’s the time when almost everyone is beyond ambitious. Many people (including me) have weight goals, travel goals, relationship goals, money goals, etc. But the follow through as we all know, doesn't last long. People drop off, get lazy, or lose focus. The why isn't strong enough. I think people realize the true meaning of "Working towards your goals.”
Last year I realized that by writing down “experiences” I wanted to have, vs having “goals” I wanted to accomplish; I was able to experience the best year of my life and I was able to fast track success. Having experiences vs goals give me more life purpose. Experiences make goals possible & give goals a purpose. Make sense?
Beyond that, I like to have a year motto or theme. In 2018, my daily montre was “DO YOU.” Do you, means you’re working on yourself mentally and trying to have a fulfilled life that makes you happy.
As we all start 2019, I hope that you achieve all you have set out to accomplish. I would suggest to break down your (goals) experiences. Ask yourself why you want to have those experiences, write down how you will get them done, and by WHEN you will get them done. Break them down from year, to quarters, to months, to weeks, to days!
Please drop me a comment and let me know what your biggest take away here was.
Here is #HighFiveFriday 051
1: The greatest power is to be self controlled. - Jay Shetty.
2: How to Find Your Purpose | Jay Shetty on Impact Theory
3: Thunder and Lightning - Major Lazer ft. Jaws
4: Pondering: How can I give legit value with these HF5 Posts. What is my year motto? Right now, “Thunder and Lightning” is my motto. Thunder and lightning represent power. I think that this year can be powerful, but I will have to weather the storm, and then become the storm! Make sense?
5: Working on: Morning routine, Night check ins. I want to give myself the most important task to do for the day, that will help me win the week, one day at a time. The night time check ins allow me to be accountable.