Welcome 2022! As we enter in a New Year, we are aspiring to achieve our outlined desires and plans. Visions launch every January, as do resolutions. Let's be intentional to keep the momentum rolling beyond the first month. Passion is a great companion and confidant in any endeavor.
Forbes notes that resolutions spiral downward during January. This Is The Month When New Year’s Resolutions Fail—Here’s How To Save Them (forbes.com). If we attach an emotion to the rationale for our proposal(s), for example: the activity will encourage self, family or friends there is increased likelihood of completion. Make SMART goals, (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and
Realize that pivoting is part of the daily process we have utilized since the start of the pandemic 2020-present. The strain of operating a business, determining when school may be in session or how to navigate issue coverage has made us aware of life's complexities. We agree that we took some things for granted in the past, like health & wellness, working onsite, visiting or dining in-person and having uninterrupted school instruction.
Now, we have new chances to expand our lives and accomplishments. Let's do so wisely.
Determine your passion.
Plot out a strategy.
Do SMART goals. Note: When the goals involve learning new skills; goals are more powerful and likely to . Are SMART Goals Dumb? (leadershipiq.com)
Partner with like-minded individuals.
Treasure family, friends and yourself. Health is a gift! Socially distance. Schedule rest. Eat healthy.
We can ask God for help to keep us healthy. Scripture: "You, LORD, are the one I praise. So heal me and rescue me! Then I will be completely well and perfectly safe", Jeremiah 17:14.
Calls to action:
Complete SMART goals, if not already decided.
Communicate how valuable family and friends are to you.
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