Don’t wait to congratulate yourself!

Whew! We made it through the first 33 days of 2020!  How is the progress coming along with your goals and vision?   My prayer is that you have been able to make some progress with your New Year Goals, Resolutions and Vision Boards.  Regardless of what you have committed to do this year, don’t allow anything to stand in the way of you reaching those goals.  If you are like me, you probably have a few goals that you’ve carried from 2019 into 2020.  And that’s fine.  Don’t be too hard on yourself.  Be grateful for another opportunity to complete it.   Try a different method this year.  Do a little research about the goals you are trying to reach and the vision you want to see manifested.  Pray often, seeking God for direction.  Once you have gained clarity, plan your work in small attainable steps.  Yes, you will have to  “put in work”.  Don’t be deceived in to thinking it will be easy.  It may be difficult and it may take longer than you anticipate, but keep working on it.   Remember to stay consistent and persistent about achieving your goals.  Celebrate often!  Don’t wait to congratulate yourself.  The fact that you have goals and a vision are worth celebrating.    I celebrate you!  So many times we get caught up on what has not been done and we forget to celebrate what has.  This year try building on the progress you make, no matter how small, build on it and celebrate it!  If you complete 3 out of 5 tasks, celebrate the 3, knowing you are more than halfway there.  Take the 2 remaining tasks forward into the new week and complete them.  Don’t get stuck in defeat and discouragement.  

God is so Gracious, he has allowed us to see a new year and to make it through the first month of the 2020! We owe it to HIM to reach our goals and be fully prepared to see the vision manifested this year.  Take those visions off the board and bring them to life.  

Remember these important steps as you move forward, conquer and celebrate!!  

    • Plan your work in small attainable steps.  Be reasonable with yourself and your ability.
    • Be consistent and persistent in your work.
    • Don’t wait to congratulate yourself for every step you accomplish.  

Let’s make it happen this year!

Coach K!