Working on goal setting…again! It was difficult to keep it to just 10. There is A LOT I want to accomplish in 2012! I’ll be revisiting the goals in another week. It’ll be interesting to see how the list changes and progresses.
- Made running a habit/lifestyle by running 3 – 5 days per week, totaling 800 – 1000 miles.
- Completed one event per month, with 2 PR’s.
- Built the Lawrence Fit Club up to 25 regular attendees, and started a Fit Club at East 91st Street Christian Church as part of the local outreach.
- Become certified as a Team In Training Run Coach for the fall events.
- Created and coordinated a Lawrence Run Club.
- Hosted at least 1 Fitness and 1 Nutrition Challenge per month.
- Successfully achieved Diamond Coach status within Beachbody by reaching SC5 for 11 months, and mentoring my personally sponsored coaches to help them build their own business.
- Paid off over $7k in debt.
- Taken my family on a vacation to Hawaii.
- Been seen in a Beachbody infomercial.
What are your goals? How will you go about making them happen?
Our first assignment was to go through various exercises that would lead us to write our Top Priority Statement. I was surprised, although not shocked, to see that my priorities have been way off lately. Here and now, I publicly apologize to my husband. I am afraid I have been so absorbed in the pursuit of growing my business that he has been left behind a few too many times. Today that changes. Anything that goes against my number-one priority has taken too much of a hold on me and needs to be cut back.
My Top Priority Statement:
“My number-one priority is to grow in my relationship with the Lord while being ever-present in the lives of my family; to share His love through community involvement, volunteering, and educating others on how to live their best lives; to honor my family by spending quality time together, listening, engaging, and sacrificing to help each other feel important, admired, trusted, respected and supported; to raise an empathetic son who knows he is a blessed child of God who can do and be anything; to eliminate time wasters, distractions, activities and pursuits that would take me away from my family and God.”
Over the next 30 days I will be embarking on a new journey. I will be learning about myself, my true priorities, how they will drive all of my life decisions, and how I can use that focus to waste less time doing whatever and spend more time with my family. All thanks to Chalene Johnson’s book “Push”, and of course my fantastic accountability partner and fellow Coach, Emma Dunn.
I’ll also be posting here daily, including you in the journey and sharing my insights. It’s going to be legen – wait for it – dary.