Did you plan for 2020 last year? I’ve read so many posts and articles where this new decade was being touted as the year of #2020Vision. Well, you tell me, how clear is your 2020 so far?
My vision for a new year and a new decade was to continue growing my business, maximize my health by natural means, travel globally and read more books. To date, I have traveled to 2 other continents and it’s only February. I’ve begun my natural remedy health transformation, and I’ve started reading 1 book which is taking me longer than expected to complete, but I’m at least halfway there.
Last year was so stressful for a lot of us. I know so many people who dealt with multiple losses, grief, transitions and still we made it through the turmoil. I strongly believe that we had to release some of the past, including people we’ve loved in order to move forward to receive more abundantly. No one ever promised us that letting go or turning a new leaf would be easy, but when the rewards come, we hopefully can feel grateful for being here to receive them.
I wonder what your life would look like if you planned for everything and expected good things to happen? Do you think you might feel more or less anxious? Do you think you would be more mentally present? Sometimes, I think I’m doing just enough. Then, at other times, I think I could do more. I like to do more in a way that makes my life more fulfilling, and my work more exciting. Doing more just for the sake of doing however doesn’t make sense to me. It must have purpose and align with what I see in my future. That’s why this year, my 6th year in business I am doing more greatly! That’s my slogan. The greatly part is focused on expanding my reach to help people to live with more purpose, intention and expectancy. This is also the year for me to have a broader impact, which is why I am working to show more and talk less. I’ve actually already started that. At the end of this year my vision should reflect an accomplished list of goals, with a global and transformational impact.
What about you? Do you have a slogan for yourself? Do you live by a certain code of practice? It may be useful to create a phrase that reminds you of your why; why you do what you do. Why you have the passion behind your dreams that you do. Why you work with a specific group of people (your target market). Why you are studying and learning how to expand your craft. Basically, why have you come to do what it is that only YOU can do. Get as clear as possible this year and expect your vision to be bright!
*This blog is about becoming free. It’s a reflection of introspective thoughts and experiences that have crossed miles of self-discovery. I created this blog to inspire others to live life with less self-criticism, judgment and openness to new experiences. May you find that you learn how to live a life by design and on your own terms!*