I am in a love hate relationship with goal settings. What I personally find that works really well for myself is to be (more) grateful in life and manifest what I want, then take actions toward it.
So here again, my yearly ritual:
My TOP 10 Greatest Thing that Happened in 2013:
- I raised $1560 to a charity organisation “Pencils of Promise“
- Stuck to my own promise during 10 days Silent Meditation at Vipassana Centre
- Stopped drinking alcohol for 4 months, including 2013 NYE and still have ‘fun’
- Spoke at Universal Stars (Former Universal Events) stage
- Generated 5 figures income through my own business
- Got to be on the same playing field as my mentors and people I looked up to
- Be “me” and totally “OK” with that
- Living My Perfect Lifestyle, not having to work for anyone, can get up at 10am, have my “own” hours, and start my day from there.
- Discovered and meditated, and in-my-zone spots in my area overlooking an ocean in the bush area.
- Had great and deep connections and conversations with the people that I care for and that genuinely care about me.
My TOP 3 most proud and/or gratifying accomplishments in 2013:
- Traveled with my mentor, Jeffrey Slayter to a stadium of 2000 people and got to go behind the stage. What I was most grateful for, was having the opportunity to observe and see how he and another mentor, Steve Napolitian, work, negotiate, and operate to have their 7-8 figures income!
- I was able to accomplish a fundraising event, and have people backing me up.. I never imagined I could make an impact while being a leader while making the fundraiser successful at the same time
- To accept my dad and mum as it is.. yes, it sounds weird but this will be on a different blog post. In a nutshell, they have worked hard and continue to work hard, and I didn’t recognize it enough to understand that yes that is the way they show their love.
My 3 most precious lessons I’ve learned in 2013:
- Keep going even when things are going well or when i’m in a comfy zone. If shit hit the fans, fix it!
- Face my fears.. whatever that fear is..being authentic and honest to self and to others.
- Love everyone and see how beautiful they really are.
TOP 3 Personal Developments I invested in myself in 2013:
- Family constellation – I got to see how my family really pans out unconsciously by other representative, and being able to let go of those that I don’t need to hold on to.
- 10 days Silent Meditation – My biggest learning here was that I kept my promise to myself when I literally signed up on the first day to be there for 10 days regardless.
- Initiative with Jeffrey Slayter – What would life be like when you connect to your heart, living in your passion and making great income from it? – yes this woo-woo course has it all in here. It helped me step up and be totally OK to play at a higher level.
If I could do 3 things differently in 2013, I would:
- Make a calculated risk decision instead of bouncing the ideas back and forth and be in a limbo.
- Act on my intuition faster.
- Find talented people and have them work for me.
3 things I will do more of this year:
- Act on my intuition more, feel that butterfly, and do it.
- Really, be my own best friend.
- Choose the intention I want for each of every day, exactly how I want it to be.
I need to stop doing these 3 things completely and they are:
- Stop eating foods that are not helping me.
- (I am going to admit it in public here.. ) Stop being envious of people who are doing better than myself.
- Spending money on the things that do not give me a Return On Investment (ROI)
I didn’t achieve the goals I wanted in 2012 because of these 3 reasons:
- I didn’t let go of my ‘decision making’ power
- I had no clear definition of ‘who i am’.
- I didn’t face the fears right away!
This year I am going to smash these 3 goals and they are:
- 6 figures income
- Allowing the miracles to appear
- Waking up with the view of the Harbour in CBD with my own office in my apartment.
3 reasons (experience/feeling) WHY I want to achieve these goals:
- To expand my ideal lifestyle even more.
- To feel liberated from the needs of wanting the outcome.
- To recharge, feel refreshed and be proud of myself
Smartest decision I made last year:
I decided to master “Ask and You will Receive” 🙂
Biggest risk I took last year:
Going into the partnership without a coach to direct ‘both of us’ at the same time.
One sentence that sums up my last year:
A grateful year with lots of beautiful souls, great adventures, getting out of my comfortable zone, being vulnerable and embracing myself.
On the 31st December 2014, a year from now, my life “is”:
My life will be surrounded with love, leaders, fun, authentic and an up-lifting people & environment. Finances are no longer a stressful situation and I have already contributed to the world much more than last year.
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