Congratulations if you have started a new project recently. The run up to Christmas is the time of year when people take a deep breath and say ‘Yes!’ to a University course, an Evening Class, or other life-changing challenge.
That bold investment of time, money and optimism involves:
- Paying regular attention to your new goal
- Setting boundaries so your time is well spent and you connect to supportive people
- Caring about the quality of your outputs as you reach your next milestone
What About People Who Don’t Have New Goals?
It is OK not to pursue new goals. Sometimes caring for others and looking after yourself is enough. Although, having said that, there is always time for goal setting unless everything is perfect in the key areas of life which are important to most of us.
What Are The 3 Steps?
The 3 steps to greater well-being involve Goal-Setting, Taking Action, Connecting to Others who want to improve their situation concerning:
The next time you are relaxing over a cup of coffee, take the time to do a quick exercise on paper. Using the five headings above decide what score you give yourself out of 10 in each area.
Does one area stand out in the 1 to 5 range? How would it feel to set a goal and start improving that area?
What would you feel like in six months, to be surrounded by other happy, successful people who are feeling 8 out of 10 about life, just like you?
What Is Your Next Action?
If you want to take your first step toward fulfilment and well-being take a look at the short video. It highlights 3 key ideas central to getting started on tackling your goals.
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