As I’m sure you did too, I spent some time during the end of year holidays to reflect on the past year, the past decade, and my life in general. I also spent a little time – not enough yet – to consider the new year, and the new decade that lies ahead. If I’m blessed to be able to make it through to celebrate 2030, there’s a whole lot that I need and want to do!
As I was traveling to Tennessee to spend the week with my extended family, I spent a lot of time thinking about the new year during my 5 ½-hour drive. To prepare for my annual goal-setting process, I asked myself “What I would need to do to make this the best year ever?”
I came up with 10 things, and wrote them down (without looking!) on the back of an envelope while driving, so I could share them with you. I’m inviting you to join me in making 2020 not only MY best year ever, but YOUR best year ever too!
IMPACT MAKERS PODCAST – EPISODE 37
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10 Things You Need To Do To Make This Year Your Best Year Ever
- Set goals in all aspects of your life.
- Do that thing you say you’ll do someday.
- Do something that makes you uncomfortable.
- Choose one thing that you’ll do every day – or at least consistently.
- Stop doing something that you know you shouldn’t be doing, or don’t want to do.
- Travel somewhere you’ve always wanted to go.
- Have a hobby – and make time for it.
- Plan time and invest money in your personal development.
- Schedule time for gratitude and appreciation.
- Choose one day each week for your Sabbath – and honor it.
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