We aren’t fans of new year’s resolutions.
But we absolutely believe in the benefit of setting life goals and scheduling a regular time to reflect on where we are in life.
Be it with our training progress, relationships, work, play or any other aspects of our lives that are important to us.
Depending on your viewpoint 2020 was either hugely eventful or mind-numbingly dull.
At the very least, for those of us that remained healthy, we saw goals and plans disrupted.
Despite the disruption, there is value in looking back at what we achieved and importantly what we didn’t and why.
What were the barriers or excuses stopping us and were they real, or could we have been more resilient, more resourceful despite the headwinds?
Many of us had more free time than ever in 2020. And it’s worth asking ourselves if we used the extra time productively?
Taking the time to set goals that mean something to you is important.
Just as important, however, is scheduling time to regularly review progress and identify what is and isn’t working.
Don’t forget to reward yourself for progress, but also think about what you can do to break down the barriers, perceived or real, that hold you back.
Despite the serious headwinds of 2020, what more could you do right now and again this week, this month to get to where you want to be?