The new year brings new hope and new resolutions. It also brings new challenges. So before you start thinking about how to spend your new year, consider how you feel about yourself as you head into 2017.
2016 was an awful year for me. I failed at being more than a pretty face. 2017 has a lot of potential for me, since I’ve finally found my inner alpha-female. Also, I’ve finally found my motivation to go on a diet.
This year will be better, but still a little bittersweet. I want to be able to look back on 2017 and say, “I did it!” but I probably won’t. I feel like I achieved a lot this year, but I probably wasn’t able to make any real changes in my life or the way I live my life.
A few years ago I had a lot of advice and suggestions. Maybe it’s just me, but the truth is I’ve been thinking about it more, especially about how to stay focused, when I’m not looking at my eyes.
The end-of-year project here is to make it easier to take more time off and to be more focused. I’ve seen the most positive things happen with my “lifestyle goals,” and I know that Ive had a lot of success with a lot of others but not all of them. What I have found is that if you are looking at your lifestyle goals and that are hard to come by, they are also hard to come by.
I’ve been guilty of this before and it’s not a problem limited to myself. When I first started my blog, I was always looking for new ideas and ways to improve it, so this goal was easily the hardest thing I’ve ever accomplished. It was my way of making myself feel good about myself, so that I could get back on track.
You’ve got to remember that this goal is just one small step on the path to success. It’s not like you are creating $100k a year in sales just because you made a new year’s resolution.
The reason you don’t have to do all that work on this is because you are doing it for the real reason why you are doing it, not the reason you are doing it for the real reason to come back from the dead. I have worked on this project on many occasions and each time I’ve had to change my mind. Its not like this is the way to go.
This is also why you should make your next goals a set of action steps. If you want to make it big, you have to make it work. If you want to make it happen, then you need to work on it every day, until it works. This really applies to any goal you set. If you want to change the way you dress, you have to work on it every day until every single outfit is great.
This is why I try to start each year off with a goal: to get a bunch of goals done. So if you want to win the World Series in 2017, a really good goal for the year, you have to make that happen every single day until it happens.