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Got goals for your brilliant start to 2020?
December 15, 2019

Got goals for your brilliant start to 2020?

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“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” —Oprah Winfrey

How many goals do you have written for 2020?

The best time to set life goals is leading up to an important milestone!

Not only is the year 2020 associated with perfect vision, it is the beginning of a new decade. Something to celebrate in grand style . . . and with a view to making the years that follow your best yet.

You have received my goal setting worksheet as part of your bonus for signing up to the 100 Goals Club. If you haven't started using it yet, now is a good time. If you have started, finish what you started whether that is writing out 10, 20, 50 or 100 goals!

Your goals should be balanced across the 10 life areas of:

1. Personal Development

2. Health and Fitness

3. Family and Friends

4. Hobbies and Passions

5. Financial

6. Career

7. Adventure

8. Travel

9. Lifestyle

10. Leaving a Legacy

If you prefer to replace one or more of these goal categories with different ones, go for it. I take no pride of ownership in choosing these areas.

While you want to have balance in your life, it is a mistake that your days and weeks need to be balanced. In achieving your life goals, there will times where you will be focused and concentrating on certain goals at any one time!

The above Goal areas are listed in a rank order that in my opinion represent the priority in which they should be viewed within the context of your life.

Our success in life begins with our own commitment to Personal Development, which is the reason I’ve started with it.

Next is your own personal health. Without good living health, the rest of our goal accomplishment and life suffer.

Next is Family and Friends. There is no point in being successful with your career and lifestyle goals without a strong foundation of family and friends.

Then is your hobbies and passions, which are the things you truly love doing. These need to be a priority in your life, otherwise they will fall victim to your career, which is the next important goal area.

Goal categories 7, 8 and 9 of the 10 Life Goal categories are like "icing on the cake", and will lead to further life fulfillment . . . travel, adventure, lifestyle, These goal areas, like hobbies and passions, help create a life that is exciting, bold and full of adventure. The challenge is that they require money, often lots of it. When you do well with your financial and career goals, you'll be able to better enjoy the fruits of your labor.

The challenge with listing these Goals in a ranked sequence like this is that this is just my personal opinion, and you may have a different view. That’s okay. The most important thing is that you are setting and achieving balanced goals across multiple life goal areas. Ten is a good number, but choose as many areas as you want.

Most of the Goal setting self-help books and programs I listened to in my early days seemed to focus on the exciting goals, the more traditional goals related to Lifestyle, Travel and Adventure goals. These are the goals that are easier to write and ones which you can get excited about. These goals are important to living a good life too. They are often the goals that provide the “why” do I need to strive and improve and grow. Why do I need to develop myself and have a great career, besides providing for my family, its to live the good life, to travel the world, to live in a nice house, to not have to worry about money constantly!

Take the time to design these goals that inspire you to live fully.

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Next newsletter . . .

My next newsletter on January 1st will focus on New Years resolutions and how to keep them.

Until next time . . . create your life adventure!

Brian Klodt

founder of the 100 Goals Club

Life goals . . . don't leave your future to chance. Take the 100 goal challenge. Plan your life. Live happy!

P.S. How amazing would it be to start off a new decade with your personalized list of 10, 20, 50 or 100 life goals??

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