We don't know what the future will hold. But we can work to create what we want.
This time last year, I had just moved home. I had just graduated from college. I had no job lined up and honestly, I was terrified of applying. I knew how much work it would be and I was not excited about more rejection (I had applied to a few with zero success). And that was it. Three goals. No more, no less. Job, Mindset, Health. I started prioritizing these goals every day (some days some goals got more attention than others, but hey, balance isn't always perfect). I worked towards my goals, and if you fast forward to now, I still have constant work to do on my mindset and on my physical goals and while I have a job, I still can be better.
My mindset related goals have transitioned to become loftier, I focus on reading more PD and actually feeling my feelings instead of just changing them.
My health, I am working out every day, sometimes twice a day, even if some days, I use yoga or a rest day, I'm way more consistent. So the new goal is focusing on my nutrition.
And as for my job, I have a great one, in an awesome company, with great coworkers. So this goal has now become to get better at my job. Learn more, manage my time better, be someone people can depend on without a second thought.
I didn't wait for change, I made it happen. I created my future and I haven't stopped yet. I want to be my best and I can't wait to see how the next 12 months change me. And more importantly, I can't wait to see the future I create.
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