PLANNING FOR 2021 – F.O.R.W.A.R.D.

PLANNING FOR 2021 – F.O.R.W.A.R.D.

Welcome to 2021. You’ve made it past that nightmare people called 2020. It might even get worse for some, but my hope is that it’s the other way around, and that you’re going to be resilient. A great task is in front of you. Accomplishing your goals is the key to your purpose perhaps this year, but you’re afraid and overthink too much that you don’t want to tackle it. Maybe you’re afraid that you’ll fail from trying to reach your goals for the year.

The keyword you’re looking for here is PLANNING to do it. Don’t jump into it carefree or not serious at all. Listen, if you tried and failed at a goal previously, then you won’t be carefree or frivolous. I’m going to be sharing with you a strategy to move forward with your goals.

F – FINALIZE YOUR GOALS
O – ORDER YOUR PLANS
R – RISK FAILING BY TAKING ACTION
W – WELCOME MISTAKES
A – ADVANCE BASED ON YOUR CHARACTER
R – RE-EVALUATE YOUR PROGRESS REGULARLY
D – DEVELOP NEW OR TESTED STRATEGIES TO SUCCEED

Whatever lies ahead of you starting today, always plan to move forward and don’t dwell on the past. That is done already. You can’t change that. But tomorrow you can definitely change.

Work according to a plan if you’re willing to stay determined with your goals. I need you to keep getting up when you get knocked down. How you work, your daily habits and what you’re willing to give of value to the world determines what you’re able to achieve, like your financial, physical, relationship or mental goals and dreams.

What are your top 3 goals for this year?

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January 2, 2021 joseph

1. Contact a far off relative once every month to keep up familial connections that may some way or another become inaccessible.

2. Gain proficiency with another expertise or side interest

3. Leave telephone elsewhere when you’re with somebody to show regard for the time you’re going through with that individual and to benefit from the cooperation.

January 2, 2021 james

I want to read one new book every month. To accept my flaws and imperpections. Create a work/life balance that will help me mentally & physically.

January 2, 2021 Jim

To create a morning routine having having more exercises & eating healthy food.
To eliminate a bad habit
TO spend less time online or on social media.

January 2, 2021 Aldwin

My 3 main goals: Obligation to improved physical health. Focus on career and personal satisfaction. Proceeding with education.

January 2, 2021 nico

My 3 goals for this year are:
1. Set aside effort in self-care prioritization
2. Search for things I am energetic or passionate about.
3. Discover bliss in any circumstance by finding the silver lining. You can choose to be upbeat due to the great you find. You should decide to take a gander at the great.

January 3, 2021 jocelyn

3 goals for the year 2021
1. Explore and try new things
2. Make a commitment to reach out to others like friends & family
3. Focus on studies even we are experiencing pandemic.

January 3, 2021 genesis

Here is my 3 goals: assemble a good art collection, publish a poem and to read books on personal, spiritual or professional development for a minimum of 2 hour a day.

January 3, 2021 Khel Lawrence

Short term goal:
1. To pass my comprehensive exam in post graduate studies successfully
2. To accomplish at least two to three chapters for my research writing
3. To get hired for a new job

Long term goal:
1. To get hired and tenured in the new job
2. To successfully accomplish my research writing at the end of the year
3. To share my knowledge and expertise to aspiring hoteliers.

January 3, 2021 Mike Ulep

My top 3 goals:
1. Care more for yourself and family
2. Be more attentive to small details
3. Be more productive, resourceful, resilient, and hopeful

January 26, 2021 rhona

Find purpose in life. Not to work somewhere just to get paid but to do something that is contributing to the society and be paid.

January 26, 2021 rhona

Health. I want to keep my health by exercising and eating healthy.

January 26, 2021 rhona

I want to acquire couple of new skills every year of my life. No matter how old I am. If I want to learn to play a guitar when I am 60, so be it. It’s never too late.

January 26, 2021 nico

I have only one goal in life – to be happy!

Sounds very simple, but it’s not. I think it’s the most difficult goal to achieve for anyone.

When asked about goals in life, people generally talk about what they want to do in life like becoming a doctor, running a successful business, exploring new places, getting their dream job, etc.

I see all these as short term aims, rather than a goal in life.

January 26, 2021 Jimbogs

My other goal is simple one.I want to be a teacher not because to earn money or to have the prestige & honour but to give my service to this very field to those who needs. To ignite the mind of the youth of the potential ,value & important of education to live a happy society or community. To extend my small hand of help to the ignorance , underprivileged , illiterates & backward sections of people living in a society.

January 26, 2021 Janeth

There might be a hundred answers to this in terms of success, but my answer would be one of those rare ones: non-materialistic. HAPPINESS.

Chase happiness. Not success. People all over are chasing success, trying to be at the top of the ladder. But not everyone who is successful is happy. If you wanna do something from the bottom of your heart, just go ahead and do it… Don’t care about the consequences. You’ll definitely be happy for taking that step. At the end of the day soul satisfaction and happiness is what matters.

January 26, 2021 Henrique

This is something for which we are here in this world… Perhaps to make a difference. I feel my purpose is to make that difference to someone, make someone happy, help someone do better in their life. Always doing something for myself doesn’t excite me. Doing something for others is what excites me. Seeing them happy, and being the reason for their happiness is what excites me.

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