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Do you feel like your New Years resolutions never get accomplished? Setting New Year resolutions can sound cliche however, if done correctly, can actually be really productive. Below I’ll give you my blue-print for how I set my yearly goals.
As you may know, I’m married. My success is his & vice versa, so on New Years Eve every year we take the time to write down our goals. We call these our goal setting sessions & we give each other our undivided attention. We choose different categories & they don’t look the same every year. This year the categories are financials, family, & our own businesses. For reference last year’s categories were financials, location, & careers. We choose 3 categories every year because it’s impossible to focus on everything at once. If you attempt to work on 93 projects at once, you’re bound to fail in one.
Because this year’s goals are currently being put into motion, I will use last year’s goals as an example. This is exactly how we wrote down our goals (excluding our personal information) & our path the get there.
Last years goals: (Pay attention to the goal & the action to get there)
- We will not live paycheck to paycheck. We will accomplish this by finding more ways to bring in income & get serious about our savings account. Any extra cash we have, will get deposited into the savings account.
- We will move into a new home in a new city. We will accomplish this by researching new job opportunities for Brooke to relocate out of our current city.
- We will both get a new job opportunity at a higher pay rate. Brooke will start applying to new jobs after Gianna is born & Antwon will sign with a different league.