Do you have a B.H.A.G. ?
(If, like me, you'd never heard of that before, check out It's Not About the Coffee by Howard Behar.) It stands for :
I still have goals and dreams on the brain from a Mary Kay retreat I went to a couple weekends ago, so when Behar started talking about how essential it is to have goals that stretch us and speak to our souls I was right on his wavelength.
Most people won't start thinking about goals under New Years when they're feeling exhausted, fat and blah from too much partying, too much snow and spending too much money.
Really, isn't that a terrible time to set goals? Consider taking some time to evaluate your goals in the next couple weeks.
If you could do anything and know you wouldn't fail, what would you do? What is most important to you right now? Does your life reflect that? Honestly?
As someone who's done some serious goal re-evaluation and priority alignment recently, can I encourage you to make the first step towards changing whatever you may need to right now?
The holidays are coming. A time of magic and family and hope and joy. Wouldn't you rather spend them with priorities in focus and launch yourself into next year with fresh optimism and momentum?
Do you dream vibrant dreams?