“You can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will.”
– Stephen King
As we’re approaching the end of November and the end of the year is creeping up on us, I’ve been reviewing my year’s goals and reevaluating them to see what I can squeeze into 2018. There’s still so much that I know I can get done this year, that will set me, and my company up perfectly for the new year, so having this chance to sit back and reflect is spiking my creativity and excitement yet again. I always feel that looking over what I’ve done so far just hits a part of me that completely changes me into a new person within seconds, and I love it. I love this version of me that’s so pumped and rearing to get going. Having a sense of accomplishment before setting more goals and end of year intentions is the perfect way for me to plan and actually take action.
The end of the year for me is all about dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s. Just going over everything, making sure it’s completed, and if not, fixing it. Finishing off all I’ve planned to get done and just generally organising everything. It’s been an incredible year for ticking off big goals that I’ve had for a long time. From completing the office rooms to passing my driving test. But not forgetting the little goals too, the little ones that add up to the big ones. They’re the ones that are really going to help with the bigger goals for next year.
One of the best things about this year is how much I’ve developed personally. How much I’ve grown from things and how I can finally trust myself, my instinct and my intuition. That I can be fully myself and that I actually know what I want in life. I fully know what I want, and for once it’s truly not because of any influence within my life, it’s just pure. And honestly, I feel like this has actually been the biggest goal for me. To be myself and truly believe I can create myself and create the life that I want to live. I really think that this has been the biggest take of the year for me, hands down. And I’m so proud of myself for it and knowing this and having deloped this, I can take it with me throughout the rest of the year and the rest of the years to come.
So for the rest of the year, I shall be dotting those i’s, crossing those t’s and being myself along the way…