December doesn’t have to be all about wrapping the last couple of Christmas presents, or having friends over for a glass of spicy Mülled wine for a cosy time in front of the fireplace.
To me december is especiallly delicious BECAUSE this is the perfect time to start creating a compelling vision for 2015.
This is the time to design what you want for 2015 …
And I am hoping that I can inspire you to have it be something that you look forward to rather than those not so exciting “new years resolutions” that may be honorable enough but quite often way too superficial to have a real and lasting impact on your life.
So I confess; I’m a goal & vision setting junkie – I absolutely love goal and vision setting!
My first goal setting / vision procedure was way back in 1997 and quite simple.
I asked myself only 2 questions: “What do I want more of and what do I want less of?”
As simple as these questions may sound I don’t think they will ever go out of fashion.
Even one, simple question like that could change your life for the more positive; that is of course if you take your desires to heart and take appropriate actions towards it.
Although many of the themes remain universal such as for example: relationships, love, generating income – maybe even start a business of your own, or writing “that” book (you know what I am talking about) – we can thankfully always improve.
My own goal setting routine has certainly developed over the years.
I now hand write everything into an art journal and illustrate it with the use of lots of illustrations and this is a process that is taking place all through “Delicious December”.
While this may not be for you, I will provide you with a few tips as how to get started:
- Schedule time for your goal and vision setting. Goal and vision setting is no small stuff. This is about YOUR life and making plans that will have you wake up happy every morning because you have a clear vision to follow. This takes time. Take out your calendar, grab a pen and schedule some time for it.
- Have fun with it. Goal and vision setting can be highly individualized depending on what works for you. If you are more of a visual type you may want to create any of the following: A painting, a collage, a Power Point show or a combination of words and picture. Color coding is also a great way to make your vision more clear.
If these first couple of tips got you curious I encourage you to sign up for my newsletter and you will get the last 4 tips that will help you make your vision for 2015 compelling & juicy!
If you would like me to support you in creating a compelling vision for 2015 I am here to help you in what ever way best suits you – be that visual goal setting which may take you on a soul’s journey, or simply creating some targetable goals for 2015 – I will be very happy to support you with that.
Click here if you want to have a complimentary talk with me about your vision for 2015.
I will draw from my tools box of personal goal setting since 1997, many great coaching tools, as well as art journaling – and I also provide you with great strategies & concrete tools for actually implementing your goals, so that you will be able to stay on track with your vision.