Well, the end of the year is coming up. It is time to think of Christmas and family, yes but it is also time for you to start thinking of next year. Why? Well honestly if you want to achieve success in anything in life you have to stop flying around by the seat of your pants.
You have to plan what you want to do. Do you want to get in shape? or do you want to leave your job and make your own way? Be dependent only on yourself? Then this is where the rubber hit the road. You have to plan. and to plan isn’t dreaming. Cant just dream that one day you will get out of your job. In fact, I challenge you to remove the phrase from your brain. Never say one day I will… ever again. One day never arrives because tomorrow will never be today.
So if you want to get out of the rat race and become someone who can be with their family at all the important times. You don’t want to see your kid grow up from as they are sleeping because you are putting long hours at work. Then start making goals of what you want to accomplish. That is why this weeks video is actually two. I Always seem to find a good Ted Talk about the objective I am talking about this week so I want to give other people some views. So I found one video answers the question on how to set a goal.
Then well I couldn’t help myself the Ted Talk also come in and hit it out of the park with a wonderful motivational talk by Stephen Duneier and how to take baby steps to achieve almost anything in your life. Make your goals the BHAG’s in your life. Stephen shows you can achieve what you set your mind to you just have to break it down the most attainable level. Then decide to do it.
Great talk by Stephen make you want to go out and walk 365 miles next year, and that is because that is just one mile a day. You can do it. I may do something like that. Who knows but let’s get out goals set now so we are ready for next year.
I like being able to help people find their “why” and achieve the personal freedom they desire. Besides writing for Relaxed Male I also am a life coach. By helping men find the leader that is found in each and every one of us. I do this by encouraging men to get outdoors and find the balance they are missing. Realize that they need to be in contact with the outside as often as they can. It is not only good for them but for their families and relationships.