We have just completed half the year. So I figure it’s a great time to measure our initial progress. Take a few moments to give yourself a mid-year checkup.
Did you set some goals for this year? How are you doing with them?
Are you winning at some and have room to improve others? Beating yourself up for what you haven’t accomplished won’t help. But thinking about how you can adjust may help.
I challenge you ask yourself:
Which goals have I achieved? Tell somebody of your accomplishments! Pat yourself on the back! Celebrate!
Which goals need to be adjusted? Perhaps your goals weren’t SMART enough. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely)
Is it possible you’re not focusing on the right areas for now? (Click on Rate Your Life to see if you’re putting energy into the parts of your life that need the most attention now.)
Success is not just about accomplishing all your goals, but also seeing where you need to adjust, setting new goals, or tweaking your approach.
Don’t beat yourself up for your failures. Rather focus on your accomplishments and make adjustments to continue moving forward.
It’s not too late. After all, you still have half the year left!