Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Happy New Year!

A year ending is a time for reflection; a time to look back at goals set 365 days prior. For me, 2013 was a year of highs and lows.
2014 Calendar Designed By Khristian A. Howell
It started off with so much promise. By mid-year, I'd accomplished a lot. It looked like it was going to finish well. Then... unplanned health issues and the death of a couple of friends.
When a year ends on a sour note, it's hard to see positives. In total 2013 wasn't a bad year -- not the worst or even in the top five worst years of my life. In 2013 I set five goals and of the five, I accomplished three:
  • Take time to be thankful for what I have.
  • Continue to publish a blog that you enjoy reading.
  • Work with focused creatives.

Did you achieve your goals for 2013?
Are you setting goals for 2014?
What are they?

Later this week, I'll be sharing my objectives for 2014 and followed next week with my action plan for achieving my goals.

My Wish to You for 2014

It's easy to get greedy. To want more. More highs. More happiness. So, for 2014:
I wish everyone enough.
Enough of what you ask? Whatever enough means to you. Before you define what enough means to you, consider The Paradox of Our Age (often misattributed to George Carlin but written by Dr. Bob Moorehead). "We've become long on quantity, but short on quality."
Ciao Bella!
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Credits: All layouts designed by and images taken by Eden Hensley Silverstein for The Road to the Good Life.
Disclosure: I received the item pictured in this post in advance of my attending Alt SLC Summit 2014. All registered attendees received them. The calendar was designed by Khristian A. Howell.