Here are four things I would like you to experience in 2010.
1. Find a Great Goal. Even if you have a Laissez-faire attitude, there is a special joy in discovering some spectacular thing you want to have, do or be. Fill yourself with that positive yearning.
2. Set at least one Great Goal. Make it a SMART Goal and better to set three. Short-term, mid-term and long-term goals can keep your momentum -- and if interrelated can help you achieve each of them faster.
3. Get a Great Goal. Meaning, achieve it. Making your goals a reality is seldom easy and that's good. Great goals give our life a sense of personal purposefulness. Don’t you want to live your life on purpose? Stick with it.
4. Celebrate. Let's get rid of the long bovine expressions that have plagued us for too long. The good and bad things in your life are tied more to your attitude than anything else. Want more good things? Celebrate every positive thing that happens. If you’re the reserved type, this will feel odd. Why celebrate things that are supposed to happen? Because they worked! We mourn loss we must celebrate achievement.
Have a happy, safe and enriching new year filled with meaningful goals.