We all know that December is a time for reflection and in January we
often make resolutions
that we don’t keep, or that last until mid-February at the latest.
I stopped making New Year’s resolutions years ago. What’s the point?
diet, another gym membership or weekly work or study plan. I’m tired of
turning over a new
leaf every January, only to see the old leaf come back a few weeks, or
even days, later.
So I want to suggest a different approach. Focus on long-term goals.
Most of us have a few
days off during Christmas and the New Year. Take that time to look back
on the year and ask
yourself if you are on the correct path and going in the right direction
to achieve your long-term
If you don’t have long-term goals, think about what you want your future
to look like and write
it down. Do you want to retire at 50? Travel the world? Have a million
euros in the bank? Lose
20 kilos? Buy a Ferrari? Start a family and move to the countryside? A
dream becomes a goal
when you write it down and then start planning a way to reach it. Why
not do this in 2016?
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