What are Your Goals and How Are You Planning to Get it Done?

dream board

Over the years I have always made it a point to:

#1- Create a dream board of all the things that I want for the New Year. I sit down with my family, spread out as many magazines as we could possibly find of stuff along with brochures of new homes, cars, trips, adventures and so on. We then as a family, each cut out what our dream desires are to have and we paste them on a board so we have a visual. We all have our own areas on the board or our own separate boards. We hang the dream board in our home where we can all look at it and strive for the goals of the material things that will reward us of our hard work. Well, to say the least, it is exciting to see everything we cut out and it is quite a rush when you see that you are accomplishing your goals as the year goes by. (this is your board, cut out what ever you want, nothing is out of reach, nothing.)

#2- Having the mindset to keep you focused. Personal development is my middle name. I read/listen to and continuously stay on track with what the great leaders have done to make their fortune and dreams come true. Knowing it wasn’t easy for them makes it easier to jump over all the obstacles that try to stand in our way. Their words of wisdom and inspiring leadership are remarkable. (stop wasting your time on TV, music and other drama crap that does nothing for you. I love audio’s for my car.)

#3 – Be the solutions. We can all dwell on the why not’s and it doesn’t work for me pitty-party, but in my eyes, it is not about the cannots, it’s about the how too’s and figuring out the solutions to the problems. If there are problems, I come up with solutions. Sometimes we do need to realize that some things are just not meant to be, but even that being said, it was not a waste of my time, it was a learning curve for something down the road. What… I don’t know until something comes up along the way and then I am grateful for the bad experiences. My motto- ‘Hold No Regrets or Grudges’. (Appreciate the lessons that make you stronger.)

#4- Never blame someone else for your failures. Take ownership of everything you do and learn from everything that joins you on your journey. (the good bad and the ugly)

#5- Set your goals and stay focused for our lives give us the journey we truly ask for, even with the hard curves along the way. (Smile and the whole world smiles with you, cry and you will cry alone.)

**Failure is not an option and if it weren’t for failing, how would you possibly know you succeeded**

To read more inspiring thoughts of mine, please enjoy my free e-book, “Using Your Past to Strengthen Your Future”.

Lyn-Dee Eldridge BC back new

Let’s make it happen together and set the world on fire!

{{hugs}}
Lyn-Dee

 

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