I’m sure most of us started this year with all those “New Year, New Me” goals. We were overly motivated to work extra hard and give it our all mentally and physically. So when it came time to take that action, we went from 0-100 mph and started to find ourselves burning out before we even got started—spiraling us back right back into that hamster wheel effect. Sound relatable? I’ve been there and done that.
Goals are compelling, and most importantly, they give us a target. Realistically, what is the likelihood of accidentally accomplishing something that improves your quality of life? Reaching goals requires intention, and having a purpose keeps your mind sharp and searching for solutions.