Ready, Set, Go!! 2014 Goals

January 6, 2014 by Kim

Goal Setting

Although I am consistently working on goals and did not wait for 2014 to come in to get started. I am very excited about what the new year will bring. I have very HIGH expectations for this year and am working on some life changing goals that will not only affect me but the lives of others.

I know that at this time of year there is a lot of  information on goal setting techniques, worksheets, workshop, webinars and more so I don’t want  to talk about the specifics for obtaining goals a quick google search will help you out there.

achieving goals, goal setting,When it comes to reaching goals there can be so many ups and downs and distractions that can hinder you. I want to talk to you about my personal commitments for 2014. I believe with this type of mindset and commitment that I will not only reach my goals but exceed them. The sky is the limit!!!

They are very simple:

1. Stay focused- Let no one or no circumstance get in my way.

2. Excuses are unacceptable-I must be determined to do what is necessary to make it happen no matter what.

3. Strive for excellence- Giving my absolute best in every area,  as a mother, as a wife, and every other responsibility that I have.

4. Continuous improvement- Never settle at my current level of existence but to continue to learn, grow, and challenge myself.

5. All Action-Often times we talk talk talk talk about what we want to do and there is very little action that follows I will be doing very little talking just Doing!

I would like to share an example of a recent situation that came up: I set a ministry goal for a department that I am over at church, and as I began to take small baby steps toward what I would like to achieve literally people started making a gazillion reasons as to why I couldn’t or why they couldn’t etc… and within myself I said I will not be moved by these circumstances or excuses and came home and had a personal brainstorming  session and came up with another solution and proceeded again and I am pleased to announce that we accomplished phase 1 of the project and we have a lot more to do, but what if I would of gave up at the beginning because of the naysayers the whole project would of been a bust.

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So let me encourage you in achieving your 2014 Goals:

1. Make a personal commitment to yourself.

2. Under no circumstances GIVE UP  even if you slip up on your diet or whatever KEEP GOING!!

3. Have a dogmatic attitude when it comes to your goals. (Its my way or the highway!) (Game on!)

Finally, the question to myself and to you is  “WHO IS GOING TO STOP YOU FROM ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS”?

Answer: Nobody but you!!!!!!

I would love to hear what some of your 2014 Goals are, Will this be one of the Best years of your Life? How do you stay on track for accomplishing your goals?

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12 Comments »

  1. Renee says:

    My 2014 goals include graduating from college and finding my passion. I no longer say a job because I do not want to waste my time as I have done in the past 10 years at a job. This time around I will follow my passion and actually get paid to do what I love.

  2. Beauty says:

    Mine is to be the best blogger ever lol

  3. Beauty says:

    This is lovely especially the part where you said “Nobody but you” I agree with you

  4. Nice. These sound like they are very attainable goals! I might nab one of these for myself, Kim!

  5. I love everything about this post. So inspirational. Stay fabulous and positive. Thanks for stopping by my blog hun. Peace & Blessings!
    ~Natasha B

  6. Simply Chic says:

    not using a slip up as an excuse to stop…i like that!!

  7. melody jacob says:

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    please hit the recommendation button … thanks

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