The next 52 weeks are filled with promise. A new year’s resolution is a promise to yourself, to start doing something you want to do, or stop doing something you don’t want to do. With a positive attitude and a sense of well-being, I hope you will have a year of optimizing yourself.
A year can feel like an eternity to commit to a goal. We are always evolving, and our goals are always changing too.
The goal you set at the start of the year may lose its’ urgency by the end of the year.
As I reflect back on my 52 weeks of optimizing yourself for 2013, I sometimes found it difficult to work on my goals for even one week, but by setting the goal, I remembered to work on it for the rest of the year, while also working toward other goals, because many of my goals are linked together.
This year, with a brand new 52 weeks of optimizing yourself ahead of me, I am going to create a habit of thinking big to achieve my goals, because I already know what happens when I think small.
This year I am choosing to go big or go home!
Innovators dare to think big:
Some men look at things the way they are and ask why? I dream of
things that are not and ask why not? -Robert Kennedy
For some of my life goals, I already think big, but other times I settle for less than reaching my full potential. Since I have nothing to lose by thinking big in all my goals, and potentially much to gain, I feel I owe it to myself to try.
Jumping off my comfortable path will help me build momentum to move forward and experiment.
By forming new ways to reach my goals each week, I will try something different to see if I get a different result.
For week one, I am going to note down all the goals that I need to think big on, and as the 52 weeks unfold, begin working on each one to continue to optimize myself. I will let you know how it goes next week.
I am wishing everyone a year filled with peace and love, and may your reality be health and happiness in 2014!
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