“Good” goals are those that support you and bring about an outcome or experience that you value where value means something that is emotionally significant to you.
Now, let’s tie it all together. Go back to January, when the year was fresh, and you thought of what you wanted to accomplish in 2018. There is usually more than one thing, but for this exercise, pick what stands out as the most important according to hindsight and circumstances as they are now.
Ask yourself again, keeping the clarity of hindsight in mind, “what intention do I still need to take action on?” and write this down.
Then add, “what does it look like to take action in a way that is meaningful to me?”.
Spring is the season of new beginnings, which by the way, does not mean it has to be brand new. It can be re-newed and brought back fresh with the clarity of hindsight, the intention of growth and the permission to begin again.
This week, give yourself permission to begin again and bring new life and opportunity to whatever is calling to be paid attention to now.