In this new journey of building a solid, self-aware foundation for myself, for pretty much the first time in almost 30 years, a big piece I am working on is self-reflection. And I mean deep, emotional, functional, gut-based self-reflection. In this education, I apply the same simple study techniques I used in college to my journey of self-reflection.
Do you feel overwhelmed by 2020? I know I do. All I want to do is solve every problem, in my life and in the world. But then, one more thing comes along, and it feels like it’s do much to accomplish anything. In these moments, that’s when I turn to these 5 trusted steps for setting goals. No matter how tiny, it helps me get a handle on my motivation, and maybe even take one more step to saving the world.
You could call it a command center, but it’s a little more than that. I call it my action wall because it has necessary scheduling and managed to dos, but it also has my vision board, my goals, dreams, aspirations, and big picture plans. It is my wall centered around taking action to live my most productive goal oriented authentic life.