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Now that fall is upon us and the year is coming to an end, it’s a great time to reflect on the year and look forward to what is to come in the new year. As we wrap the year and get our goals ready we have some tips that can help you through the theme of our month: Reflection.
Tip # 1 – Focus on what matters
Sometimes this is easier said than done as we’re humans after all! The most successful way we can apply this is to realize how we can do a little bit of this in our daily routine. As an example, perhaps focus on the things you are grateful for rather than what went wrong in your day. By shifting the focus on what resonates with your core values, it helps shift your perspective into the positive side.
Tip # 2 – Keep it simple
Have you ever been in a situation where you were over thinking it? Perhaps this is an important decision and there’s a lot of risk involved or maybe something that you are working on to get better at – a skill, a way of life or changing up those patterns we often develop. It’s best to keep it simple – think about the route you can take that is the least complicated but will produce the desired result. By lessening the noise of that inner saboteur, you’re able to subtract the baggage and carry on with love and light to your goal.
Tip # 3 – When was the last time you did something for the first time?
Often at times of reflection that bucket list comes up and gives a sense of FOMO (fear of missing out!). So let’s ask you this, when was the last time you did something for the first time? We’re not suggesting you drop everything and climb Mt. Everest if that’s on your bucket list! We know that without proper training your success rate in finishing the Iron Man tomorrow or the next day is not as good as someone who trained for a few months but what we mean is what is something that you have been putting off? Are you fearful of the results – either good or bad?
We hope that some of these tools can help guide you in your reflection journey. It’s a different road for everyone but we’re in this together – we hope that we all make it to our desired path and goals!
We want to know… what are some of the things that you’re reflecting on? What are some of the roadblocks you are facing? We’re here to help!