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Posted on 01-01-2015

The New Year always brings out the best intentions in people. We want to go full-throttle into all the major areas of our lives and bring them to a picture-perfect level. We set goals or make resolutions (what is the difference really?), then we stride into the New Year with unrealistic expectations of how it is all going to unfold. We get overwhelmed quickly as we shake up nearly every aspect of our lives. Most of the goals we set for ourselves were made in a moment of enthusiasm for change. We didn’t think out each goal and the steps it would take to get from where we are now to the achievement of said goal. 
We paint this beautiful picture of 2015 with the brush of ambition on a canvas of fantasy.
Well, after 30 informative years on this earth, I can tell you, this just doesn’t work for me. I have grown only because I made intentional strides and little-by-little progress on the goals I have set for myself. I have yet to write out a list at the end of December and then see twelve months of blissful progress lead to a fully crossed-off list. Now, I’m not saying goal setting is bad, but I am going to suggest that you take it a step further. Don’t just paint a picture of the ending destination, draw a map to getting there.
Take time to write down your goals. Think big! Let them scare you a little—life is much more thrilling that way. Then pick the one you think is most achievable the quickest. Take that goal and work your way backwards to where you are now. Give yourself small “mile markers” to hit along the way. Celebrate those as you reach them, and build momentum to the big goal. 
This month on Thursdays I will be doing a One Thing Series. We will focus on one thing in four different areas of life that you can do to make positive change. Making one small change can be manageable and give you momentum to make more changes or just have a ripple effect on other areas of your life.
The journey of health and self-empowered wellness is not an overnight process. It takes time and not all change is created equal. The bottom line is that you always give yourself grace while striving to do better. 

Here’s to a 2015 full of positive change!

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