High-achievers know that in order to create compelling goals, you must first understand where you are going.
This explains why only 8% of people achieve their New Years Resolution – the problem is not in goal-setting, but rather the driving force behind it.
We are often influenced by other people, a new fad or culture expectations when deciding our future. This is neither healthy or sustainable.
Understanding who you truly are, where you are now and what you want to be is the key to creating your vision.
It is like approaching a junction with a blindfold on, with several co-drivers giving you guidance, hoping you’ll arrive at your destination.
Furthermore, when you arrive at the destination, you realise you are not in the right place and have to start again. Not only have you wasted your energy, you have invested vast amount time that you will never get back.
You can keep starting a New Years with the attitude “New Year, New Me”
you can break this vicious circle with a more effective approach