If you’re reading this that means you’ve made it through another year, so kudos to you! It’s almost 2020 and the ball will be dropping soon! But, how well did you handle the ball in 2019? Good? Bad? In between? Were you overwhelmed with success or failures? Has life taught you many lessons that you will migrate into the new year?
If you’ve answered yes to any of theses questions you should be motivated to do more. More of what you might ask. Well, more of anything that will bring joy to your life.
No matter how cliché it may be we all make these promises to ourselves at the beginning of every new year, but do we always keep them? If you keep your word to yourself you’ve achieved a personal level of growth that some have yet to master. However, that surely doesn’t mean that we all can’t achieve our goals. Of course, everyone has different goals, for different reasons, but at the end of the day anything is possible. Whether your goal is to become more self-aware, gain financial freedom, start a business, or build a relationship with someone you must make it your duty to get it done.
Think about all the things you wanted to do in 2019, but never tried hard enough to accomplish….
See! You could’ve been closer to your dreams instead of stagnant in the same position. Some of you may feel like you’ve gotten no where while others may be anticipating an even more frugal year. If you’re unsure of your feelings pertaining to your goals let me assist you in finding a concrete answer.
Has your bank account grown?
Did you build relationships that can help you in any way?
Has your mindset changed for the better?
Did you inspire anyone?
It’s okay if you ended up answering no to more than one question, because you’re reading this and that’s an indication that you still have time to create the life you want. All you simply have to do is change those habits of 2019 and do something different.
For example, if you work a 9-5, five days a week and have been thinking about launching a business, do more than just daydream about it. Set aside an hour before or after work to simply begin the process for starting your business. I’m no mathematician but that’s seven hours a week, 240 hours a month, and 2,880 hours in one year. Could you imagine how much your mind and business will elevate with just that minimal dedication?
Don’t even consider how tired you’d be after work or how you don’t want to cut your sleep before you wake up. And besides all of that let’s be honest, we all make time for the things we want. So, whatever your goal may be put forth the effort to get it done or stay stagnant, but don’t complain on December 31, 2020 when you’re in the same situation that you brought from 2019.
To be sure that we’ll continue taking strides toward fruitful lives let’s keep the ball in our court and score, score, score all year long ladies and gents!
Happy New Year to you all!