It’s the new year and it’s that time when everyone sets resolutions. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your resolutions.
Before I start with this topic, let me assure you that I am very guilty of doing this myself and this post comes from the last 2 years of me making tough choices to completely change the course of my life. I put it off for far longer than I should have because there were things I had to “take care of first”. Sometimes that’s true. Most of the time it’s not. In my case, it mostly wasn’t true.
“The best way to avoid responsibility is to say, ‘I’ve got
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I’ve been thinking about goals a lot recently. Not just about what my goals are, but also what a goal actually is. Yesterday when I was walking out to my truck, it suddenly dawned on me. A goal is a line in the sand!Continue reading
I was recently watching an Ido Portal documentary and he said something that put the final puzzle piece in something I’d had rolling around in my head for a while. I had been thinking about effort vs results. I don’t remember Ido’s exact quote, but it was along the lines of learn to love the process because the goal is bullshit.Continue reading
If you’re any good at settings goals, you know what you want and you’ve even figured out how to get there. Now for the hard part. You have to implement your plan.
If you’re anything like me, you have a lot of goals you’d like to hit. This can create a lack of focus that’ll leave you bouncing from goal to goal.
Instead create your own 30 day challenge where you focus intensely on a single goal for 30 days. At the end of the 30 days you can reevaluate and either move on or work toward it for another 30 days.
This incremental approach will seem like you’re not getting much done, but before long all the little goals will add up to huge progress!!!
I’m sure most of you are at least as busy as I am. A lot of you are probably more busy. We all understand how difficult it is to juggle life’s bazillion obligations and still find time for ourselves. Even when you do have time, will you have the energy? The trick to getting your you-time is finding your why.Continue reading
Vince Lombardi said, “winners never quit, and quitters never win”. I suppose that’s true in a sense but I think it gets taken out of context and applied in ways that make things worse. I heard someone say, “I’m all for quitting things that are making me miserable”. I tend to agree with him.Continue reading
I set a few performance goals at the beginning of 2017. Now that I’m about 6 weeks into 2017, I’m thinking I set the wrong goals. Now I’m pretty sure I’m putting the cart before the horse and I need to reevaluate.Continue reading
After yesterday’s goal declarations I thought I better put out some baselines. Without baselines, it’s a lot harder to track progress. I’ll put out monthly updates so that I can see my progress toward my goals. I don’t think I’ll be filming my 5 mile run. Sounds boring.Continue reading