There is a large number of people that find it difficult to comment on a new year’s resolution. Reason being that unless we establishing a clear and precise picture of who we want to be and what we want to do or have, it will never come to pass. You’ll keep on drifting aimlessly in your self-fulfilling prophecy, settling for who you see you are instead of believing in who you can become, never realizing your full potential, and eventually giving up on your resolutions before you reach the finish line.
The following steps will guide you to achieve your dreams and be successful by discovering the power of YOURSELF:
✔Picture YOUR Future: Anyone who’s achieved anything in this world started with a vision. Create a picture of who you are becoming, not who you are today. Think of who you want to be and what you want to do or have. Snap that photograph of yourself according to your vision.
✔Focus on YOUR Potential: Whatever you focus on expands, so shift your focus on your potential and the upsides of life, not your problems and the downsides. Seeing is believing, so now that you can see it, you can believe in the person you’re becoming. That picture becomes the new point of focus, your target, your measurable destination.
✔YOU Stick To It: Keep your eyes on the prize. Never let your environment, other people’s beliefs, or the limits of what has been done in the past shape your decisions. Even when faced with uncertainty, doubt, and or controversy, stick with it no matter what. Do not give up regardless of the difficulties you will face.
✔Walk-In The Direction To YOUR Vision: Now that you know where you’re going and who you’re becoming, move to action daily the direction of your vision until you pick up momentum. Think of your vision as your destination and take steps in the direction of your vision.
See yourSELF as you choose to be, stay focused, stick to it, and keep walking in the direction of your goals and dreams. Discover the POWER that is already within you to win. It is about you and in order to be of greater service to anyone it must start with you.
~Shawanna Kennedy Self First Advocate and Mental Wellbeing Coach