Hello Everyone, 2022 is here whether we are ready for it or not. I used the weekend to reflect on 2021, and was reminded that time continues to pass on. As I thought about time, I thought about the goals and dreams of 2021. I took out my list, to see what I had accomplished. I was proud of some of my personal and professional goals. I also spent time reflecting on the goals I had not achieved, to understand how I missed the mark. I saw that my successes were attributed to the constant reminder that I kept in from of me. That reminder was the true purpose and importance of those goals.
For the goals I did not achieve, I realized that I did not place them high enough on my list. Somewhere, I had lost touch with how important those goals truly were. So, now I will refocus, and use 2022, to achieve those goals. I also gave myself a break about what I did not achieve, because the goals I achieved in 2021, were relevant, specific, timely, measurable, and attainable for 2021.
Therefore, as you think about your 2022, cast a vision for what you want your year to look like. Choose a word for the year, create a vision board, create a journal for yourself, and/or find yourself an accountability partner. Someone, who will be accountable to you, and someone who will hold you accountable, as well.
The one takeaway from this post, that I believe is important, is that you find the best method that keeps your vision for 2022 in front of you.
For those of you, that would like a deeper dive, I would like to invite you to my webinar on January 20th, entitled: “A New Year, A New You.” In this webinar, I will provide you with some strategies on how to maximize your 2022.
Let’s start the year off by identifying our strengths, skills & knowledge to create the best year ever!
Dr. Regina Banks-Hall