Self-Reflection.

There always comes a time when you realize that there are things that need to be done, changed, or kept the same.  Remember those new year’s resolutions?  Whether it is to lose weight, get a new job or car, or to simply be happy, we all have those goals that we end up fulfilling… or in worse cases, not fulfilling.

We all have to admit, sometimes life gets in the way and we tend to forget about our resolutions, but we must take time to actually reflect on ourselves (the right way) and realize our resolutions/goals.

Here are some simple steps to follow in order to be successful in putting action towards your goals:

  • First, ask yourself questions.

For example, if you are unhappy at your current job, ask yourself, ‘how can you be happy at your job?’  Asking yourself ‘how’ as opposed to ‘why’ questions can be effective in figuring out what steps to take in order to answer that question.

  • Next, be truthful to yourself and make a decision that you can stick to.

Once you have found what you can realistically do to fulfilling your resolution, you are on step closer to a happier you.

  • Commit.

You have all heard that phrase – ‘action speaks louder than words.’  Reflecting on yourself can be moot if you just recognize what is wrong with your life without doing anything about it… what you need to do is commit to a plan and put your plan into action.  It may all seem hard to do, but when you put your mind to it, everything just falls into place.

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Hope everyone had a great fourth of July!  As always, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to email us!

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