When I reflect on the times of my life when I had the most success or made the most change— whether it was losing 65 lbs, starting a business, or investing in the resources to support my dream— there was an underlying, common denominator that started it all— a mindset shift.
Goal-setting tends to get all the love in the personal development space. There are planners and journals dedicated to checking off the boxes, meeting deadlines, and achieving goals but we fail to talk about the driving force that helps us accomplish them — our habits.
Did you know that only 8% of people reach their New Year’s goals and resolutions? Every December and January people set these lofty goals to abandon them by the second week of February.
As we shift our mindset from performance based-goal setting, it’s important that we also change the way that we approach our goals.
But how many times do we allow the things that matter least be greater than the ones that matter most? Far many times than we are willing to admit.
Clarity. It’s something that we all are hoping to find. Clarity about our life, career, next steps forward. We all want to be sure that our life is headed in the right direction.
Every December I get to the end of the year and wonder where time has gone. It seems like the months go by slow but before you know it, you look up and it’s time to enter a new year.
There are typically two types of entrepreneurs: one who plans and the other one who flies by the seat of her pants. I’m sure you know who these women are. The planner has everything mapped out from the beginning to the end of the year. She geeks out over systems and processes
Doing everything you know to do to uncover your purpose but still no luck? It’s not easy to discover your God-given purpose. (If it were you would know by it now and everyone else would too)!
Do you know your God-given calling but are having a hard time determining how you should carry it out? You’re not alone. We all have a unique, individual purpose with so many ways we can go about pursuing it. But with so many gifts, talents, and passions it can be hard to determine what’s best to pursue.