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Annual Ditch Day…Did you know that was really a thing (beyond your senior year of high school)? Yeah, me neither, but apparently it is. Only it applies to ditching your New Year’s resolutions rather than 8 hours of instruction time and happens mid-January every year (January 17th to be exact). I still kind of chuckle at the thought, but I get it too.
I mean, really…How many times have you set your sights on completely overhauling your life on the brink of January 1st only to have abandoned ship by a couple of days in? ✋🏼 No? Just me! Well, then for those of you who have your lives together, you can scroll on through. But I think the rest of us will admit it’s happened at least a time or two to us.
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I know I’ve said it a number of times. Reaching your goals can be easy. You can achieve your goals with just a little planning. It’s simple…The truth is, achieving a goal can be easy and simple and require just a little planning if you know what types of goals to set and how to set them. So, today, let’s break it down just a little further and take a look at what types of goals you should be setting and how. And, besides, what is a goal anyway? Continue reading