2015 is going to be a big year for me. I can feel it. And, in my opinion, it's all about the approach.
I am an extremely visual person so creating a vision board seemed like the most natural way to get my goals down on paper. I didn't want to simply write them, but see them.
I need to see them, not just speak them.
If you're the same way, you can easily create your own vision board using these helpful tips:
- Dream big. At first some of my goals for 2015 were too small. It took sharing them with a teammate to decide that in 12 months I can do even more.
- Be specific. Clearly state what you want to accomplish. This makes it impossible to make excuses later on.
- Create steps to work toward your goal. Make a plan of action. A goal without a plan is just a dream; you must have a plan to make it come to fruition.
- Find a push partner. Share your goals with a friend or family member and encourage them to hold you accountable and push you to work for what you want.
I talk all the time on here about accountability and sharing what we're doing so that when people ask us about it we can be proud of our accomplishments. I, for one, need to share what I'm doing so that people are aware. That way they can inadvertently hold me accountable simply by asking how things are going. They don't even realize they are helping me!
Here are my 2015 goals:
Be the best mom and wife I can be.
I want to be more attentive to my family. I want to appreciate the moments and spend quality time with my husband and son.
Grow my Beachbody team and become 2 Star Diamond.
I am so blessed to have amazing teammates and I'm so excited about adding more to my team. I want more people to experience financial freedom, mobile work opportunities, and a healthier lifestyle through the Beachbody business. This company has already done so much for me and my family and I want others to have that same experience.
Take a more committed approach to my fitness and nutrition.
I am going to start drinking more water each day. I am going to get my daily dose of dense nutrition with my Shakeology each day. I'm going to commit to PiYo and become certified this year.
I am going to write things down and keep a personal planner, not just a work one. I'm also hoping to pay off the rest of my student loans this year. Part of being organized is going to be taking better care of my home. I want to get better about prepping my meals and keeping up with household tasks.
At this point in the game, I just don't feel like I can give up on my National Boards. This is my last chance to retake and I need to do it regardless of cost, time, and workload. I am .5 point away from passing so hopefully 2015 is my year!
What are your goals? What are you going to do to make them happen?