Commit To An Intentional New YearDecember 30, 2012
As the New Year approaches, I find myself reflecting on both the challenges and the incredible opportunities that have presented themselves over this past year. As I look back, there have been both good and not so good, but for the most part… not a bad year.
I find myself to be both humbled and grateful that you’ve given me the opportunity to connect with you – allowing me to share my thoughts and global eldership experience with you. As I look back, there have been so many valuable interactions, comments and insights from all of you. I am blessed to have you in my network and I look forward to continuing our journey of continuous growth together in the coming year.
The New Year is also a time to look forward. What will it bring? How will we continue our journey? What opportunities and challenges will present themselves? I don’t know. But what I do know is that the New Year is a time for resolutions – not the kind that are often broken before they ever begin, but the kind that you earnestly resolve to achieve in the coming year. In order to avoid that unfortunate feeling we get when we haven’t followed through with “resolutions”, I propose we focus on intentional goals for the coming year instead.
Now, we all know that goals that remain unwritten are just dreams, so I would like to encourage you to get a copy of Destinations: Your Guide To Setting & Achieving Meaningful Goals. This e-book will not only walk you through the process of establishing meaningful goals for your personal and professional life, it will provide a reliable roadmap to help you get to your desired “Destination”. Instead of trying to stick to resolutions that are made of promises and thin air, start the year off right by establishing meaningful goals that will take you where you want to go.
Take some time to
PAUSE. PONDER. DISCOVER. PLAN. PURSUE.
Intentionally think through what your focus areas will be in the coming year… personal and professional. Use Destinations to guide you through the process – you will be glad you did.
What will you intentionally resolve to achieve this year? What process will you follow?
As we close out this year, I would like to wish each and every one of you a very happy and prosperous New Year!
I would love for you to engage the discussion and let us know how you will intentionally focus on achieving your goals in the coming year. Please feel free to contact me at Sheri.Mackey@LuminosityGlobal.com or by visiting our website at www.LuminosityGlobal.com. Check back next week for the next installment of Leadership Across Boundaries and Borders.