New years resolutions are great. For many people, the practice provides a space to experiment with new forms of behavior and then explore the idea of personal change. Having the social construct on the resolution, and sharing them, can also be extremely helpful in creating forward momentum.
However, how much thought do you put into choosing where to focus?
Many people, myself included, form resolutions based on our recent behaviors. Often over-eating and lack of exercise during the holiday period! Others look at their professional goals for the coming year. Most are influenced, in some way, by the media they consume, from social networks to magazines and TV shows. All are full this time of year with ‘advice’.
Let’s think a little differently.
Why not use a simple mechanism to look at your life and decide which aspect of it you may want to make changes in?
The best news is that I’ve got a tool to help you do just that! Using my assessment tool linked here. It’s a simple way to start a conversation with yourself about where you should be focusing. The results aren’t stored (or even sent to) on my site. It’s an opportunity to take a look at all the areas of the life and see the results visualized for you.
Doing this before you set goals helps you ensure that you’re really working on the areas that will have the most impact for you.
Have fun with the wheel and let me know what it helps you discover!
p.s. Coaching is a great compliment to this as you’ll have me working side by side with you to ensure the design the most impactful goals and crush them during the year. I’m taking on a limited number of new clients in January and offering a free 30-minute session to let you try out the experience for yourself.