If You're Tired of Starting Over, Stop Giving Up

Friday, December 28, 2012

What are your fitness goals for 2013? I haven't done alot of work on mine. Need to go there though, now before the first of the year.

I do goals instead of resolutions.

I want to be INTENTIONAL about "choosing my hard".

Do you do SMART goals?

I do. They are the only ones that ever worked for me. The philosophy of SMART goals goes right along with the Franklin Covey planner I use; the two systems go extremely well together. Hand in glove.

Here are some initial brainstorming thoughts:

Find and read my book, The Step Diet. Post chapter reviews online and in the team.
I am pretty sure I want a specific weight loss goal this year.
I am pretty sure I want a specific goal of changing negative thinking to positive.
I am pretty sure I want a specific ST goal this year. Nothing fancy or needing a trainer; simple things like one goal for core, and another for dumbbells.
I am pretty sure I want a consistency goal this year.
I am pretty sure I want a goal about being INTENTIONAL, this year.

I have other life goals, but I am speaking of fitness goals only in this blog.

I'm not giving up, and I'm not starting over. I'm continuing The Journey. And I'm Enjoying The Journey.

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    Good luck with your goals!!
    1941 days ago
    I am going to set mini goals throughout the year and am needing to give it serious thought as I need a January challenge for myself!
    1944 days ago
    I have a health goal which is to lose the 3 pounds I gained overnight after an endoscopic ultrasound test which I had an IV which most likely had lots of sodium. Other than that is my major daily goal of living to be a witness to Jesus!
    1944 days ago
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