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2021 — the only way is up🙌

Let’s not be depressing and start with a positive mindset.

- Posted byHannah Miller

Happy New Year!

And here we are, on the other side and ready to get cracking with our goals (many of which will have been broken by now!).

But let’s not be depressing and start with a positive mindset.

One of the things I love to do at the beginning of the year is to set some goals. Having said this, many of this past year’s targets flew out the window in March and some re-writing was swiftly done. That’s OK – goals need to be there to guide us, they’re not there to beat ourselves over the head with.

What would you like to put your energies towards this year? I love the phrase, ‘we often overestimate what we can achieve in a day, but underestimate what can be achieved in a year.’ This is so true – our days are pretty short, they’re full of competing priorities, and we may not get much time to pursue our bigger goals in any given day. But over a year, those bits and pieces of time add up and more can be realised in our lives than we would ever feel possible. Little by little, bit by bit, dreams come to life.

One of the problems with setting goals is that we can be a bit too broad or rather vague with our intentions. This is often to avoid disappointment but just serves to disempower us rather than motivate us.

Below I’m going to give you a few thoughts on how to goal-set for success

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So, as you set about creating some meaningful goals, here’s a quote by Stephen Kellogg to make you just a little bit scared…

“The moment you put a deadline on your dream it becomes a goal.”

Yours,

Hannah x

 

 

P.S. James Clear is a mastermind on the role habits play in reaching our goals. There’s a mine of information to be found here.

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