You can already go there to read about why I’ve been making some of the changes I’ve been making, and what I intend to achieve in 2016.
Speaking of which, I actually created a page called 2016, and I wanted to share that with you because I think it’s a great idea, and something you might want to put together for yourself.
What is one of the biggest problems with any New Year’s resolution or, for that matter, goal that we set? Follow through.
Even if you actually go through the process of setting goals, if you don’t take action and stay focused on what you’re trying to achieve, you’ll never get there.
This is why I created a 2016 page for myself. On it, you’ll find my goals for the year as well as all of the books I’m planning on reading.
I’ll probably be adding to this page as I see fit, and if you make one for yourself, I would encourage you to add anything to it that you want to stay focused on and complete this year – podcasts you’re going to listen to, income goals, friends you’re going to connect with, 90 day experiments you’re going to conduct… whatever you want.
And if you do create a 2016 page for yourself, I hope that you’ll share it with me in the comments. I want to see what you’re committed to this year. Please include a URL to the page.
I’ve used a variety of different goal-setting methods in the past, but I feel like this could very well be one of the most effective for me personally, because my website is a place I often check. Notebooks, moleskines, whiteboards, and even vision boards are all great, but I have to force myself to look at these. I won’t have to force myself to look at my own website.
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