2. Work to understand your inner critic. Observe thoughts that trap you with fear and prevent you from achieving your objectives. Write these down on a piece of paper, then crumple it up and throw it away to symbolize your freedom from thoughts that interfere with your goals and dreams. 3. Recognize recurring patterns in your life. What makes you happy? What are your recurring interests and social needs? What makes a work environment feel good or not so good to you? Write it
• Do you dream of doing less and having more?
• Do you want to be more successful and less stressed?
• Do you want to be healthier or in better shape?
• Do you want more quality time with family and friends?
• What about a new job, more passion, more money and more FUN? Dreams like these have a far better chance of survival than resolutions which are based on what you don’t want. Why? Your dreams and desires have more power than your doubts and dislikes. There is a very d
1. Look at the issues that make you crave change and outline your goals.
What are you satisfied with about your current situation? What are you dissatisfied with? Is it your boss or the culture of your organization? Or do you really want to change careers? Outline your goals- for example, more money, more time off or more flexibility. Write it all down. 2. Work to understand your inner critic.
Observe thoughts that trap you with fear and prevent you from achieving your obje