It's the ideal time to set your sights on next year.
Let's face it - The holidays get super-busy. And it starts with Thanksgiving.
...More big meals
...Taking the decorations down
...Putting away all your awesome gifts and/or making returns
Then New Year's.
And somewhere in this mess your'e supposed to set...
It's easy to get confused about what to "GO FOR" next. Can you relate?
I've spent the last year doing less and being more. It has felt a little odd. Ok, more like totally out of my skin if I'm being honest.
I am used to a fast pace; always having the next "thing" in sight. That's what all the self-help gurus tell you, right? Always have a compelling future. Before you complete one goal, know what the next goal is so you don't fall into a state of being "down." And...
THE most popular goal-setting day of the year is here! And an achiever like you knows the drill in how to set a goal. After all, this isn't your first rodeo!
But do you sometimes feel like you are OVER this "set new goals" thing?
Does the mere thought of creating a long list of things to do make you want to roll your eyes?
I admit, sometimes I feel that way. When I look at individual goals for the sake of creating goals, it feels like a chore.
So...if you're in that boat...
That's one reason I love doing vision boards. They help put me in a creative mood. Then I can decide which goals are important to me and #GoForIt.
They're super-simple to create. I like to use Canva.com. Just choose a grid and start populating with photos that inspire you. You can upload your own pics or use stock photography.
Once you have inspiration, you can ask yourself,
"What is it about those photos that you want to mimic in your own life?"
Is it the...
How? Why? and Who?
So often we ask "how" questions. It starts at a very young age. "How do I spell this word?" "How do I brush my teeth?" "How do I tie my shoe?"
"How" questions are strategy questions. And strategies are a dime a dozen. You can find the answer to any question, 24/7, without even leaving your couch thanks to the power of the internet.
Success in business, and in life, is 80% mindset (psychology) and 20% strategy.
If you want...