Hey Ho it’s 2015!
I think that people make new years resolutions with the best intentions but often they can end up just being a way to let yourself down. It’s not always easy to get to gym 5 times a week. Sometimes, life gets in the way of the best laid plans. I’ve tried it but I honestly can’t remember the last time I set resolutions for myself. I’m generally just not the kind of person who makes them. This is for a number of reasons.
- I don’t like to fail
- I’d rather not live with letting myself down.
Okay so it’s for two reasons but that counts for something right. I can’t quite remember the last time I made any anyway. I suspect that the list might have included get to the gym more or exercise more or lose weight. I’ve since decided that it’s easier to just accept that I hate the gym and I love a glass or two of wine more than watching my weight so that’s one to cross off the list. Honestly, I don’t miss having those resolutions anyway. I like my life the way it is. This year I decided to set myself some goals. Not things I won’t do or silly promises to clean my house more but genuine goals that I strive to achieve this year. I feel deep down inside that 2015 is going to be the year for me. So these are my goals. Not for 2015 but for my future.
- Blog religiously and make something out of this blog.
- Get my business off the ground. I mean really make it work.
- Develop a working curriculum for my workshops.
- Get certified as a trainer.
- Find clients.
- Make it happen (What do I mean by it? Well life. Everything it takes to be happy in my life).
So those are my goals/challenges for myself for the future. I’ve put them out into the world because I’m a little nervous about my business and whether or not people are ready for Diversity Management here in Cape Town. Mostly the reaction I get when people ask what I do is “hmm soooo what is that exactly?”. This is going to be the year I let people know exactly what that is.