Gain Momentum with Reflection and Intention

We are almost three full months into 2022.

Do you feel any different? Are you doing anything differently? Or is it just another day like 2021 was?

If you’re like me and have a junk email folder, you’ve probably already received a bunch of New Year emails to sign up for this webinar or for making this or that purchase to transform your life.

And here you are, reading my email. I thank you for that! I’m grateful to all of you who read my emails. Better yet, I love it when you send me an email back.

My new year didn’t start on such a good note, as I was sick with a cold over Christmas and New Year’s. Because of being sick, 2022, so far, has been like any other day.

Anyway, back to the first topic; 2022.

I’ve written a lot of posts about habits, how we can achieve better results from good habits, etc. So, today I thought I’d share some questions to help you reflect upon 2021 and some questions to help guide intentions towards the future.

It’s a fact that only about 25% of those that set a New Year’s Resolution stick with it for even 30 days. Those numbers are rather dismal and worse, yet only 8% are expected to achieve their resolutions. So, if you want to be successful, perhaps examine what was and set a course for action on what’s next.

Gain Momentum with Reflection and Intention

 

Looking Back – Here are some questions to ponder.

What was the greatest lesson or gift you received in 2021?
What did life look like for you during the year, the quarters, the months, the weeks, and the days of 2021?
If anything, what would you have done differently? (No judgment, no shame or blame here).

Looking Forward –

  • Get clear on what you want.
  • What do you love to do that you didn’t do in 2021?
  • If you knew you wouldn’t fail, what would you do?
  • What does your perfect day look like?
  • What does your heart tell you?
  • What is a big hairy audacious goal you might have?

Time doesn’t stand still and wait for you to catch up, so you must go get what you want. If you’re looking forward to the future,  planning for it will provide you with more
opportunities to get what you say you want.

If you leave what you want to chance, you get whatever life throws at you. That’s not to say that just doing it is a bad thing.

As the American rock band Kansas so poetically sang, Dust in the Wind, so will our resolutions become.

One last parting thought.

Don’t wait for the perfect moment. Take the moment and make it perfect ~ Aryn Kyle.

In love and health,
Vonie

 

P.S. For more inspiration in setting yourself up for success in 2022, head over to YouTube and watch the video, Touch the White Fence. I’ve shared it with you before. It is worth watching over and over again.

P.S.S. Need help clarifying your future; schedule a complimentary call today.

In Love and Health,

Vonie

 

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