I’ve always been someone who sets goals. But as I’ve gotten older and life has gotten more busy, I seem to lose track of ‘what I should be doing’. This year, I am determined to keep track! I want to be able to finish 2020 knowing just how much I have accomplished as far as my goals are concerned. I am someone who never feels like they have done enough, so o really do need that consistent tracking to check myself before I wreck my self (as the great Ice Cube once said).
This year, I’ve decided to prioritise. 8 main goals, and 5 (or so) nice to have goals. So here they are:
- Read 20 books
- Complete my Spanish grammar book
- Exercise 150 times
- Make $1000 from decluttering aka selling some shit
- Complete 3 MBA units (half way through my masters y’all!)
- $xx in shares (don’t want to bore you with actual amounts)
- Start my own small business
- Renovate the bathroom
- Bake 50 types of breads/pastry/dough thangs
- Journal regularly
- Recharge with friends (aiming for at least once a week)
- Zero inbox
- Listen more than I talk (this ones hard to measure, it’s more of a continuous work on)
So there you have it, my goals are out in the open which research suggests should improve my chances of succeeding! Who am I to argue with science?
What are your goals and any thoughts on mine? Would love to have a goals chat with anyone!