I know, I know.
Who really keeps those, anyway?
I’ve definitely broken more than I’ve kept but that doesn’t stop me from making them year after year. As long as I am living, I will continue to set goals (that’s all a resolution is anyway, right?).
We should all seek growth and improvement. Not just at the start of a new year but every single day. A new year is simply an opportunity to reset and refocus.
I usually get my new year goals by going through my dream book and then I have a process I go through from there. This year, I started off as normal but I decided to add a twist. I chose 7 categories (out of 12) from my dream book as well. Then, I matched my goals with them. If there wasn’t a goal for a category, I went back to my book and found one (I have over 500 dreams).
Here are the 7 categories I have chosen, along with examples of goals.
7 Categories for New Years
Intellectual – Read 1 book per month
Spiritual – Memorize 1 Scripture each week
Physical – Drop the baby weight
Professional – Write an e-book
Adventure – Visit somewhere I’ve never been
Financial – Build emergency fund back up
Creative – Take an art class
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