2022 is off and running. But I want to remind you that a new year doesn’t mean you need to all of a sudden make headline-breaking personal growth news. You should aim to set realistic goals when it comes to becoming your best version and chip away at them a little bit every day.
Don’t over complicate your self-growth. Small repeated actions compound into greater things over time. Just a little bit every day is all you need.
Also, everyone who joined my free texting community last week received a 2021 reflection exercise and 2022 goal-setting worksheet. If you want to tap into these free resources and support every step of the way throughout 2022, text “Daily Dose” to (707) 289-7047 today and I’ll get those over to you ASAP.
Thanks for reading this week!
Before you decide to give up on something, ask yourself, Will I regret this on my deathbed?
Should you choose to neglect self-exploration and the process of getting in touch with your core self, then you’ll remain on a road that takes you away from your life’s purpose. Without understanding your inner world—thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and motivations—it will be impossible to have any sort of clarity or direction when it comes to finding your purpose.
If you think new year’s resolutions are corny, I hear you. But what if I reminded you that regardless of how corny they may sound or feel, they create opportunities for you to become a better person?
Ask yourself these 3 questions:
- What went well in 2021?
- What didn’t go so well in 2021?
- What did I learn in 2021?
Take it a step further and journal about each question throughout the week, turning it into an effective reflection exercise.