I love this time of year. A fresh start. New beginnings. A hope for things to come.
I'm sure most of you have thought about your goals, resolutions, or things you want in 2015. I know I have. As a "self development junkie", I've thought about how I can take what I've learned in 2014 and make 2015 the best year yet. How can I use my strengths more intentionally? A new year. A new me. A better me.
So with this new year-what do you want? What do you hope for? What do you dream of? How can we take the lessons learned in 2014 and leverage them in 2015? How can we use our strengths everyday to meet our goals? How can we stay focused this year?
Here are a few of my favorite ideas that help me stay intentional about my goals:
1) Make a vision board. Take magazines and cut out images, words, and pictures that resonate with you. Hang it where you can see it everyday. This is a great visual reminder. To learn more about vision boards click here.
2) Journal. Successful people journal. Here's a great article by Forbes about why journaling is so important. Click here.
3) Get an accountability partner or mentor. This helps us take responsibility for what we say we will do and hold us accountable to those actions. Here's another great article on accountability partners and goal setting. Click here.
I'm excited about this year for you! You're going to do great things. As Zig Ziglar said, "You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great."
Thanks for supporting reCreate over this past year. It's truly an honor to be apart of your lives. I look forward all the new and exciting things happening here! Stay tuned!
With much love,
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