Happy birthday, Earth! We just entered 2020 a few days ago and celebrated the Earth’s birthday with people we love! Many of us took a moment to think about the previous year and maybe set new goals. We are interested in figuring out two different approaches people follow about setting goals for the future!
2020 New Year’s Resolution
Are you one of the people who love checkpoints when planning your life? What is a better checkpoint than the beginning of a new year? New beginnings always help us to put things in perspective and what we achieved so far. It is really tempting to use a blank new calendar year to plan your next 12 months. Many people set new goals for the upcoming year (and also the decade!) to start sports or maybe to travel. Goals like starting a gym are usually made fun of by the internet. Don’t listen to negative feedback and keep working on your brand new goals! If you haven’t set any goals for the new year yet, we collected the most common new year’s resolutions for you:
- Be more organized.
- Spend less time on social media.
- Spare more time for your family.
- Save money.
- Learn a new skill set.
- Read more books.
- Eat more healthy and cook.
- Volunteer to help others.
- Make new friends.
Continue to Refine Your Hustle
When you consider your goals, you will realize that it will not make sense to limit them to the calendar. Simply, some of the actions and hustles are timeless. Do you think Kobe Byrant planned his practices depending on business hours? Do you think Bill Gates postponed working on his new idea for 6 days until the January 1st? Moreover, some goals require ongoing dedication. If you want to have a great body for next summer, start going to the gym as soon as possible and never stop. If you want to be more healthy for the rest of your life, don’t wait until January 1st to stop smoking. Embracing ongoing hustle requires a different mindset and works better for some people. We collected some suggestions to get into this mindset:
- Define your target.
- Identify the main reasons for why you want to achieve this.
- Create a realistic roadmap.
- Track your process.
- Spend enough time to reflect and set your mindset right.
- Share your experience with others with similar goals.
- Work towards your goal every day.
New Year’s Resolution or Continuous Hustle?
Obviously, there is no right or wrong way to work towards your goals. These are just major different approaches. We are more interested in learning which method you usually follow. Also, let us know and keep us updated about your future goals! Happy new year!