It’s a New Year and time for New Year’s resolutions.
I know for many this can be exciting and for many discouraging.
I usually like to make a New Years Resolution and get excited when I finally get to check them off my list but going forward, I decided to ditch the New Years Resolution and give myself 10 years to meet some of my most important goals.
I feel confident that I can do them in 10 years or if I can’t at least I will have started working towards achieving them.
Here are a few of my 10 year goals: (in no particular order)
1. Finish my degree.
2. Travel over seas (out of the U.S.)
3. Start a new business
4. Invent something
5. Blog once a week
6. Learn a new language
7. Become a life coach
8. Learn how to write computer codes
9. Write 1 child’s book in English and Spanish
10. Produce and or direct a movie or music video
Yes, many of these goals I can complete in 2014 but many of them I wont be able too!
Now that I know what I want to work on, all I have to do is create an action plan.
In many of the books I have read, some of the advice the authors give is to remember to stay flexible and keep in mind that I may have to adjust my timeline and goals along the way.
What I really need to keep in mind is that I should not be to afraid that I get scared of completing my goals.
Fear has paralyzed me before and try’s to keep me prisoner.
Well, No More!
I am excited and confident that I will meet these goals.
I wish you all success in what you hope to achieve.