If the year 2020 has taught us anything it is that sometimes we have to PIVOT. Traditionally New Years is filled with Resolutions…flossing everyday….going to the gym….no more soft drinks…
No on is going to argue that those things are good for you, they are healthy, but what I’m asking you to do is to rethink societal norms. What if you restructured how you thought about resolutions? What if you transitioned those resolutions into goals that are more achievable and more reasonable? One bad day doesn’t ruin the whole goal, there is rooms for mistakes and growth. So, what goals should you be setting?
The best things about goals is that they can be changed, they are flexible. Goals are also measurable. You can set short term goals and long term goals. The big question is…What is important to you as you look at the year 2020? As you look at 2021, focus on things that are achievable and helping yourself become successful, because if we know anything hindsight is 2020.
If you find yourself struggling with goal setting, we have mental health professionals who are here to help you. Don’t hesitate to reach out.