The last Monday of 2016...most people will look back on their year and analyze the good and bad before setting those new goals and resolutions. What did they accomplish? Learn? Enjoy? What things do they wish would have gone differently? Change, and the momentum from those changes, comes after analyzing the past. I encourage each of you to not to look at all that has happened in 2016 as either “good” or “bad” but to take a more in depth approach. Whether it is in your personal life, work life, or working to improve your health and fitness, there is likely no one right or wrong answer…so there must not be one right or wrong approach.
Before setting your personal goals and resolutions for 2017, first take the time to look back on 2016 and see what improvements you want to make. You may need to switch things up and try a different approach or simply stay consistent. I encourage you all to keep learning and keep growing in all aspects of life and keep working towards your goals in 2017!
“The most contrarian thing of all is not to oppose the crowd, but to think for yourself.” Peter Thiel