Life is a journey. And the road to self-fulfillment and recentering takes many paths. There is only one constant in your life. It is you, and that is the one unchanging factor. But, none of us are static. We are always in flux. We are always becoming. The future needs to be reflected in your past and your present, and continue to roll into your present. You cannot truly pick up the past for the future without really analyzing your present, and perfectly defining that path to where you are, and will eventually go.
As you prepare for the New Year, consider these 5 ways to be a better you in the New Year.
Reflect on the past, and determine the next path. Lose the baggage, because the future cannot enter your present if it is stuck in the past. You have to entrench yourself in the present to be a good future version of yourself.
Left is the past, right is the present, and the future is in the middle
This week, set 2-3 goals. Do it regularly, so it becomes a nice habit. Think about your dream five years from now, and break that down to your legacy and the legacy of your business. This is what you are working towards.
Take the time to really understand your audience, and make decisions that are beneficial for the business and your life. Most of us get frustrated by life because we are doing things that we truly don’t enjoy and the business suffers, and it turns people away from your brand. Find your niche, and make a business that serves your clients, and yourself.
Focus on Progress, Not Outcome:
Do your work, and do it well. If you follow through, you will be surprised how many opportunities you can create for yourself. Make the most of relationships, and make sure you have these conversations. Ask for advice, and give advice.
Be a diligent worker. Work hard, and be a professional. Be friendly, and smile. Have a clean car, and dress well, on a day-to-day basis. Be presentable and well-groomed at all times, wherever you are, including in the woods. When you look and feel good, you feel good. This is an important maxim.
Collect your thoughts:
How are you defining success? What is your measure of success? Is money everything, or is family and friends what really make you happy?
Take the time to really define what you want out of life. Are you happy in your current situation, or do you need to change something?
Is your business fulfilling your needs? What changes can you make, starting with a new mindset?
Realize that you are always on a course to a goal. What are your benchmarks? What are your indicators of success? What are your bibles of success?
Money is a great indicator of success, for most people. It is a clear goal and a good decision indicator. It is the same in businesses. Money is a great way to assess your success.
For me, it is the impact I have on my life and others. It is the love of my family, and the amazing family I have fostered for the past ten years. It is the moments I have shared with you, and other people that make my life meaningful. It is from understanding the ups and downs and taking the highs. It is understanding that we are all the same, even if we are different.
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Reflect on the present, and envision your future. Understand that money is not everything. Do not get too caught up in money, because money is not the cheerleader of success. The success is already in you. For me, success is my relationships, my family, and the impact you make on the lives of others. The future is yours to mold. Reflect accordingly. Have an open mind, and know that everything is possible.
I wish you happiness and success in your life and remember to take the high road.
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