Setting your intentions for 2020 while you’re still in 2019…
I know we are still enjoying the festivities and all the things to do with 2019, however, have you started to think about the things you want for 2020? I started thinking about what I want for 2020 back in October/November. I started to brainstorm my goals and desires before we concluded 2019, because I needed to plan and create a clear road map that would kick start 2020 on January 1st.
I no longer want to wake up on January 1st with the taste of 12/31 in my mouth. I no longer want to wake up hungover, with stale makeup on and dragging myself from my bed to the couch. I want to wake up with zip and excitement for the start of a new year. I want to wake up as fresh as 2020 feels. So what does that mean?
That means planning in 2019 just what I want to achieve in 2020, so when day one hits, I’m ready to hit the ground running.
I have created 4 personal goals and 4 business goals for 2020 – here is my road map that I have developed for one goal from each category.
Personal Goal: run 5 full marathons
- Step 1: Find the marathons
- Step 2: Sign up for the marathons
- Step 3: Train for the marathons.
Business Goal: grow my profit by 50%
- Step 1: Go where the clients are/find clients
- Step 2: Promote and pitch Fit Together
- Step 3: Sign the clients
By creating these road maps, I know exactly what I need to be doing on January 1st.
By creating these goals and intentions for 2020 in 2019, I know how I want the year to unfold.
2019 has been one of my most intentional, productive and exciting years. With all the tools I have developed and the effort I plan to put forward, I know 2020 is going to be even better than 2019… and who wouldn’t get excited about that?!
Every day is a chance to change your life. I am no longer sitting idle and allowing life to simply go by. I am choosing to actively pursue my dreams and goals with such ferocity; this will take work, effort, diligence and efficiency and I am here for it!
What’s your plan for 2020? It’s never too early to start planning.