I’m starting to think of my goals for 2016…
Hard to believe it’s only a few weeks away!
My life’s about to majorly change, so I’m tempted to not set too many goals.
However, I know the areas where setting realistic goals is appropriate.
Going into the New Year with no plan doesn’t set well with me.
2015 has been wonderful–challenging, but wonderful–and I firmly believe it’s because my goals were clear: Do the things I’ve always wanted to do.
This is now a core belief of mine. Life’s too short to only dream. It’s time to do.
So, you’ll be hearing from me soon with my 2016 goals. Until then I encourage you to be thinking on it too.
I look forward to learning and growing with you in the new year.
Next weekend I am moving up to the Washington State area to live closer to my dad and family up that way. These last several months have been rather surreal because it’s hard to believe that this move is actually happening.
Now it’s here and I’m so excited! There are still a lot of variables, but I’ve done all the research that I possibly can.
All that’s left is to move.
Our lives are in a constant state of transition. Learning and growing, opportunities arising, new horizons to be explored—these are normal, commonplace occurrences—are at least they should be.
Maybe you stopped reading this a few seconds ago because you think I’m a young, naïve daydreamer. You might be right. But I can’t stop moving forward because I might fail.
So many people are paralyzed by the words “might not.”
I might not get the job. I might not get married. I might not have any friends….The possibility of all your “might nots” coming true are slim to none.
Notice what I said: Of all your might nots. I didn’t say that there wouldn’t be a time that failure wouldn’t come.
But that doesn’t mean that you take up residence in a plastic bubble and stop trying.
I’m tired of being paralyzed by what “might not” happen. The only time I am guaranteed to fail is if I take no action.
Life is full of change. It can be scary at times. There are challenges and risks involved.
However, I’ve yet to meet someone who didn’t believe that the challenges and risks weren’t worth the rewards. The rewards outweighed the risks every single time.