Building Your Goals

We all are unique individuals and, believe it or not, there is something  marvelous about each and everyone of us.  It may not always feel like it; especially, when the kids are crying, diapers need changing and the house is a mess. Some people become daunted by the mundane tasks and overwhelmed by the day to day responbilities of life. I am here to tell you that your efforts, no matter how small, are not futile. A significant person isn’t a glamorous role but it is an everyday role. Your significance may not always be recognized by others, but it must be valued by you in order to see its fruits. Although you may never know what kind of impact you may have,  it is important to know that it will most likely happen without you making it a personal goal. In fact, I believe it happens in the process and as a result of certain accomplishments. I am not speaking of you being an Einstein or a mogul but of the opposite. It can be in something as small as setting and achieving a goal of having a family vacation to visit an old friend.

Last post asked you, what would it take for this to be the most amazing year yet? Write your answer in a notebook or journal that you can frequently write in and record your thoughts and progress. Now that you have that written down. On the same piece of paper brainstorm answering this question, what are 10 big or small things you will need to do in order to accomplish that goal? If you can’t think of 10 right away, don’t worry about it. Write as many as you can think of and come back to it later.

Our next post will show you what to do with all of these great ideas.



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