I don’t know about you, but I have a love hate relationship with goals. I have been setting them since I was 8 years old and had my first job. It was an egg route. Yep, my uncle owned the largest chicken/egg ranch in California and instead of a “paper route” (which most of you have probably never heard of, but when I was a kid, the big way to make money was to get on your bike before school and deliver newspapers.) Instead, I had an egg route. I took my little red wagon, with cartons of eggs and sold them up and down the streets of my neighborhood.
When most of my friends were getting 25-50 cents allowance, I was making a whopping $6 a week selling eggs!
From that time on my father had me start writing down my goals. The truth is when we take our thoughts from the multidimensional to the 3 dimensional by writing them down, they become more real for us.
The reason why I have a love hate relationship with them is I have failed exponentially more times than I have succeeded.
With that said, I have had a fair amount of success in my life, and I know that writing goals, writing meaningful goals and using a process like I am about to show you has been a huge part of the successes that I have had, and I have shared this process with thousands of doctors over the years and have had amazing feedback!
Regardless of when you read this, the process will apply to you. I personally like to do this next part every December.
A few thoughts:
COMPLETING THIS EXERCISE
So from ours to yours much love and aloha and have wonderful Holiday Season and safe and happy New Years!
Russ, Kat and Angie
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