Last week you set some powerful sprint goals to ensure that you end the year strong. This week, it’s time surround yourself with the people who support you, encourage you and applaud you and your achievements.
Today is Evaluate Your Life day. This celebration takes place each year on October 19th. It’s a time to reflect on the progress we’ve made, and the path we’re on. During that evaluation you may find that you don’t like where you are which could prompt you to make changes and set different goals. Maybe you’ll find that you’re making the progress you wanted and everything is moving along smoothly, or most likely you’ll wind up somewhere in between. It’s also a chance to evaluate the people in your life then promote, demote or terminate toxic relationships. You are the CEO of your life and that’s a cool thing. Whatever the case, Evaluate your Life day is a great opportunity to figure out where you are on your path and celebrate small successes.
Something to Think About
How often do you actually sit down and evaluate your life? I’m talking about your whole life, all aspects of it. This year has caused many of us to reflect and prioritize. What’s REALLY important for you?
Evaluate your life this week and celebrate your successes with someone who cherishes time with you.
Words of Wisdom
We are always on our guard against contagious diseases of the body, but we are exasperatingly careless when it comes to the even more dangerous collective diseases of the mind. – Carl Jung
We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. E. M. Forster
Your relationship with yourself sets the tone for every other relationship you have. – Robert Holden
What holds most people back isn’t the quality of their ideas, but their lack of faith in themselves. You have to live your life as if you are already where you want to be. –Russell Simmons
It’s like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story. – Patrick Rothfuss