It’s that time of the year again when everyone feels the need to change their eating habits, spending tendencies, and decision to join a gym. Or you may have forgotten all about those already (but hopefully not.) These little things are called New Year’s Resolutions. But I’m here to tell you that you never have to make one ever again.
The dictionary defines “resolution” as “the act of finding an answer or solution to a conflict or problem.” This is a great way to describe something where an end result is necessary. But if you’re wanting to change a habit for good, you need to create goals for yourself.
Successfully achieving your goals leads to creating more once you get there. A lot of it has to do with diligence, allocation of time, and self-improvement along the way.
Every year, I make a list of 10 goals I would like to achieve by the end of the year. Most of mine are built off of the ones from the previous year in order for me to continue what I originally started. It’s proven to be a helpful reminder of my thoughts at the beginning of the year by not losing sight of my ambitions.
Goals are all about the experience that goes into reaching the end result. They’re also all about what you’re going to do once you reach the finish line. Will you create another goal for yourself by continuing to run?
What are your goals and ambitions? Shoot me an email or reply in the comment section below.