Wednesday, December 29, 2010
The other day I was reading a very informative article about goal setting. While goals should be set all year around it seems as though New Years is the most popular time of year for people to set goals. Some of these reformations and proclaimations to abandon bad habits or set new routines are lost in translation and are never acted upon or completed. Other goals are specific, measurable, attainable, relistic and timely and therefore become goals that are actually accomplished.
The article mainly discussed prioritizing what you really want out of life and deciding on what you are willing to do to make it happen. The (3) questions that left me pondering were:
1. What bad habbits are you willing to let go?
2. What "shoulds" are you willing to make into MUSTS?
3. Are you courageous enough to let go and leave room for the the marvelous unknown to fill the void?
In the last (2) remaining days of the year I will come up with the answers to these questions and really set clear consise measurable goals. I accomplished alot this year but I know I could have accomplised even more. The main thing to keep in mind as we go into the new year is "the quality of your future depends on the actions you take now."
What actions will you take?
Posted by BK Vixen Gone MD at 5:02 PM