I don't know about all of you, but it has been a very life changing year for me so far. A relationship that I thought was strong enough to last forever ended unexpectedly and suddenly, and I went into a deep depression. Then, with the help of my awesome friends, I came out even stronger than ever (seriously, thank you all...I don't know what I would have done without you.). I had some health issues that I pulled through...and now I am transforming my mind and body into the person that I want to be. All in 5 months! Can you even IMAGINE what will happen by the end of the year?!?!
So now I am going to pose a few questions to you...What are YOUR goals for the year? For the next 5 years? Even as far as the next 10 years? What do YOU want to get from your life? What impact do YOU want to have on the world? And what SMALL steps can you take each day to reach your goals?
Write down your answers and look at them every day...This is what The Slight Edge has taught me. Make small goals that are attainable and will help you to finally reach your ultimate goal. And remember...no goal is too big to reach, you just have to have the will power and perserverance to push yourself to get there.
I will post some of my goals next week, along with the steps that I plan on taking every day to reach them. For instance...I want to start growing my Beachbody Team...because I have met some of the most amazing people because of it! I want to share it with the world. A small step that I am taking to reach it? I am going to Chicago this weekend and I plan on handing out 10 business cards while I am there...Whether it is to friends or complete strangers...I will reach out to 10 people...I will be gone from Friday until Monday...That averages to 2.5 people per day, not that difficult! What are you going to do this weekend to better yourself or to help you reach your ultimate goal?
I will leave you with a quote that I love <3
"Remember, if you ever need a helping hand,
you'll find one at the end of your arm. As you
grow older, you will discover that you have two
hands; one for helping yourself and the other
for helping others."