Have you given up on making new year's resolutions because you never follow through on them?
Recently I blogged about how I accomplished all but one of my new year's resolutions for 2013. And they weren't all easy peasy ones. I promise. If you missed the post and want to learn about how I did it and how you can do it too, go here.
I made a decision to do something else this year that I've never done before.
I'm not striving to come up with totally new goals this year.
For some reason I've always felt pressed to do that. I always felt like a new year called for brand new goals. No one else made me feel pressure to do that -- it was simply my own internal squeeze that I felt to go that direction.
This year, my goal is to go to the next level with my resolutions from last year. I met my goals. But meeting them, and exceeding them are two different things.
Does this mean I'm going soft on goals, and taking it easy this year? No.
I'm ready to take last year's "investments" to a whole 'nother level.
My investments are:
Investments in Me
Investments in My Marriage
Investments in my Family
Investments in the Church
Investments in the Next Generation
Investments in the World
Some people read a post like this and say, "Forget it. That's not for me. I'm unorganized and I can't ever manage to finish anything I set out to do."
Help is on the way. You CAN do this.
I've written the book on getting stuff done. Some people wonder how I co-pastor a church full time, co-manage my household, fulfill the responsibilities of a wife and mother, serve as a certified career coach, blog daily, travel and speak and a potpourri of other stuff...without ending up in the loony bin.
So many people have asked me, "How do you do it?" that I decided to write a book to help others.
If you haven't already made some resolutions, it's not too late.
It's a new year and anything is possible.