If nothing changed in your life over the next year, would you be okay with that?
You want different results next year?
Are you willing to make a change in what you are doing now?
There is considerable evidence to indicate that expectations of your future do, in fact, tend to create your future. People usually end up pretty much where they expect.
It seems reasonable then, to spend some time determining specific, worthwhile expectations that will make your life more meaningful. If you don’t have a written plan for your life, it may feel like you’re driving a car without having your hands on the wheel.
The best way to predict your future is to create it.
Are you a goal setter?
When is the last time you sat down and truly thought about what it is you want to achieve?
Do you typically set goals at the first of the year only to forget about them 4 weeks later?
If you haven’t spent time thinking about your goals, why not?
“If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into someone else’s plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much.” ~ Jim Rohn
This is a basic starting format for goal setting, and I want you to start RIGHT NOW! You may feel you are being rushed or hurried. However, you will find that if you do not begin to make decisions you will tend to procrastinate and your history will simply repeat itself. A quick decision is often the best decision and is certainly better than no decision.
Indecision is the greatest thief of opportunity.
Sure your goals may change over time but the ones you set today will give you a starting point and a destination. The important thing is that you are in charge when working on your goals. It is the easiest way to put yourself in the driver’s seat of your life. Your life has meaning only when you are working toward goals that you have decided on.