It’s the time of year when many people start thinking about New Year’s resolutions. Like many, I have found myself unsuccessful more years than not when it comes to actually accomplishing what I set out to do. This past year was different for me– I actually completed, or came very close to fully completing, a number of things on my list.
I attribute part of the difference this year to making sure my goals were incremental and achievable. In other words, instead of committing to too many resolutions, I tried to prioritize the list down to mini items.
I plan to post a little more about the actual items themselves a next week, but in the meantime I’m wondering if you’ve thought about this topic? Give this a shot…
Imagine it’s December of 2015, the end of next year. You’re looking backward at the year and although you didn’t accomplish everything you wanted, you do feel good about having accomplished one thing in particular— what is that one thing?
What ONE STEP can you take tomorrow to bring that “thing” closer to becoming reality? How will you measure that ONE STEP you take tomorrow?