You didn't think I would forget, did you?
I know I am a few days late, but better late than never. ;)
After the discussion from my last post about resolutions and goal setting, I have changed my approach. I realized that blogging about my goals wasn't necessarily making me more motivated to achieve them.
And that surprised me.
I love to write and share about all things health and fitness, but as I was reflecting on my previous entries, the act of documenting my goals on a monthly basis wasn't actually helping me stay focused.
As a matter of fact, the task of thinking about long-term goals was more stressful than helpful.
When it comes to goals in this sense, I am more of a visual person. As I mentioned, my inspiration board is what has been helping me the most. Perhaps I will even create an updated version to reflect how I am feeling today.
That being said, I am going to revisit the topic of resolutions and goals every month and I believe this outlet is helpful for many of you and I am sure you have some great ideas to share.
For me, I am going think about it in a different way.
Maybe it is the word "goals" I don't like. I am not sure.
I do know we can't fly through life without some kind of "to-do" list or plan. We need organization to get things done, from remembering appointments to getting a business off the ground.
However, I am going to approach it week-by-week and day-by-day. My to-do list that is a flexible and workable as I need it to be.
How about you? How do you think of goals? Long-term or short-term? Would it be easier to think of them in terms of to-do's, tasks or a plan?
P.S. Did you miss any posts? Here is a recap:
January: New Years Resolutions 2011
February: Resolutions Revisited
March: Resolutions Recharged
April: Resolutions Revamped
May: Resolutions Re-energized
June: Resolutions Rebooted: Goal Obsession?