Have you started thinking about 2015 yet? It’s a natural thing to do this time of year. We reflect on the year that’s been and look forward to the year ahead.
Here’s the ultimate question though as you look ahead to 2015:
Are you looking ahead with anticipation or dread?
Is 2015 going to give you the fresh start you’re looking for or be a repeat of this year, which was a repeat of last year, which was a repeat of the year before?
Today, I want to share with you a the four keys to setting effective goals to help get you started in the right direction for 2015.
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What would make 2015 your best year ever?
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2015 – heading back to Guatemala, dunking a basketball again, finishing my second book – these are a few of the things that would make it the best year ever.
Dunking again? Nice 🙂
You have to have at least one “stretch” goal. It’s been 3-4 years since I last threw it down. I’m not sure my body can ever do it again, but the journey to try could be healthy in the long run (similar to your pursuit of the half marathon 19 minutes faster than your previous best).
Wow!! It’s been years. I’m wondering if my knees have the same goals as I do 🙂
Yes, Robert. I am wondering the same thing. In order to reach this target, I will have to restrengthen my leg jumping muscles, improve my overall core strength, and probably drop 15-20 pounds. I think it will be worth pursuing. Besides, I figure I only have a few years left to really give this another go.
Totally possible. 30-40 years maybe not, but 3-4 is doable.