Teacher Professional Development
Here we go again...another round of New Year’s resolutions that will bring us a sense of purpose and clarity, for what 2 weeks? 1 month? 2 months max?
The statistics on how many people actually follow through and accomplish their New Year's resolutions are rather grim.
So if this is such a widespread challenge for most of us, what is the solution?
Clearly, we all want to do better, be better, stop eating so much we can’t fit in our pants, and stop spending money like it’s water.
That’s why we keep getting back up on the New Year’s resolution horse, and why we set new goals, not only at this time of year, but all year long. It’s not like we don’t have good intentions, or that we’re not trying, but year after year most of slip back into our same old habits, ruts, or routines and that leaves us feeling disappointed and disillusioned with ourselves and maybe even life as a whole.
Our short-lived New Years Resolution problem is 3 fold:
What is a “Fulfillioniare” you ask?
A fulfillionaire is a person who has learned how to develop each area of their life in a meaningful and intentional way by taking baby steps toward progress with the big picture of what they really want in mind.
A fulfillioniare understands that getting clear about who we want to BE and making PROGRESS toward that is what makes us feel good, makes us feel joyful, makes us feel inspired and ALIVE!
Outcomes or hitting goals is nice, but that dopamine hit is short lived... so we better figure out how to enjoy the PROCESS of life.
Live Your Light,