In a recent newsletter from my friend, Aleesha Nash, she asked, “what was the biggest lesson of 2012? Of course, this questions comes on the heels of a million and one “2012 wrap up” and “year in review” blog posts.
When I think of wrapping up a year, usually it a list of goals, mostly unaccomplished, or tasks I set in a fit on the first of the year. In 2011, I was a bit ambitious yet wishy washy. The goals where hard to call accomplished because there was nothing specific about them. I tried to do things a bit differently in 2012, setting quantifiable goals so I could measure progress.
Working through the Authentic Dreaming Worksheet by Danielle LaPorte and her subsequent audio prezzie “A story about desire”, I began to realize I was still barking up the wrong tree. I think my biggest lesson of 2012 was that, for me, I need to think of my goals in terms of setting habits, not just accomplishing “X”.So, up for 2013 is a goal model focus on developing the habits to achieve dreams. Continue reading “Goodbye 2012, Hello Lucky 13!”