I love a new year to start fresh! Figure out where I am, where I want to go, and how I’m going to get there. Mistakes are gone… fresh slate!
The first thing I try to do is pick three words to focus on for the year. My words help me to have direction with my long term and short term goals. I can easily get distracted and get crazy making goals. My words help keep me on track. My words for this year are: Continue reading
I can’t believe that it’s the end of March already! This month is flying by, and I have not been sitting idle. I have been attacking my to do lists and chiseling away at my goals. I shared with you my goals for the year, have you made your goals for the year?? You can use the 2013 Goal Sheet to help you get started. Start by using the first page, write down your top 5 goals for the year. That’s not hard, right?! Everyone has goals Continue reading
Do you write out your goals? For me writing out my goals is as natural as breathing. It’s something that I just have to do. It’s my plan for the year. I thought I would share with you my goals and accomplishments Continue reading
There are some days or even weeks where I am so ambitious and get everything checked off my To Do list. (which is one of my favorite things!!!) Then there are other weeks….where I am not so zealous. Do you ever have days like that??? I’m sure we all do. But it’s how we get past those days and get back on track that matter the most. How do you get back on track? I find that making lists is the most helpful to me.
I have a confession: I love to plan! Anyone else out there a planner??? My husband would say that I am a bit obsessive about planning. But that’s because he is not a planner. I think that is why we work so well together. I like to plan everything and I mean everything. I start to plan my kid’s birthday parties the day after their last birthday. I plan meals for the week and the grocery list, our family schedule, our weekly/monthly budget, parties and holidays, everything. Continue reading
Goals. Who needs them? You do!!! They are your road map, your vision for the future. They are the way you track your progress and identify the areas you want to grow. Did you know that only about 3% of Americans have written goals? And that those Continue reading