For your most successful year ever, ask yourself:
What are my goals this year? Look at three categories—money, health, relationships. Make your goals specific. Consider what each one really means to you. Pick goals that motivate you to do your best.
What do I need to learn to achieve my goals? Should you develop new skills or routines? How will you go about learning them? Figure out how to acquire these capabilities—then go get them!
What baggage do I need to leave behind? You can’t be more successful without ditching what’s been holding you back. What ideas or beliefs limit you? Are you stuck in a negative mindset? What systems no longer work? What unproductive habits should you abandon? Get rid of as many of these things as possible. Replace them with productive routines and habits, positive attitudes, supportive ideas and affirmative beliefs.
How can I keep myself accountable? Post your goals for the year where you’ll see them every day. Share them with people you work and live with. Make your goals difficult to give up on.
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