As we approach the end of the year, I am beginning to think more about my goals and priorities for next year. I am also interested in teaching this idea to my clients and friends. The first step would be to have a better sense of how we spend our time and our awareness of time. Begin by getting to know yourself and your pace. How fast do you get things done? Know your commitment. What does the passage of time mean to you ? What are your goals and aspirations? What would you like to have accomplished at the end of the day? the week? the year? end of time? What really motivates you to change? Create goals? Create Priorities? These questions can be the beginning of your answer. The process is to first believe in yourself. Ask yourself what is it that your REALLY want? Acknowledge that you have to start with baby steps, one day at a time.
Changing Habits come slow and patiently. Create goals and set priorities by writing them down in a notebook. Write something down for each day, week and for the year. Try to set four goals for the coming new year. Give yourself some time to think and plan for the future.