Do you ever allow yourself to dream big? To envision your future just as you would like it to be? If not, now is the time. Time to visualise your future self. Grab your pen and paper, make yourself a nice cup of tea, and fill out these questions ☕️✨
“We tend to overestimate what we can do in a day, and underestimate what we can do in a year” – unknown
Here are some questions I would like for you to answer for yourself. I personally love this exercise – as it helps to remind you, that you might not be able to accomplish much in the next week or month – but if you keep taking action and move in the right direction, you can reach SO much within the next 6 months, year or the next 5 years
Allow yourself to dream big, set actionable steps and just take one step at a time – and then the next, and the next and so on ✨
Do you know the feeling of having lots of new habits that you want to implement into your life? But do you also know the feeling of not following through, and thereby you end up keep disappointing yourself and feeling more discouraged by not being able to establish these new habits? Then this blogpost is for you. Here we’re going to talk about how to establish new habits successfully 🙌✨
I bet you know the feeling of wanting to establish lots of new habits, but just not being able to follow through. I know I’ve done this so many times in the past. I’ve set lots of goals for myself, but hadn’t been able to follow through and thereby I kept disappointing myself more and more.
However, over the past 1,5 year I’ve really found the golden way to set goals and habits and being able to stick to them and fulfill them – which have not only made me much more happy, but also boosted my own self-confidence and trust in myself. And I want to share those tips with you, so that you can feel the same way!
Identify Your Goal or New Habit First of all, you need to make it clear to yourself what it is you want to achieve, or what habit you want to incorporate into your life. Do you want to write a book? Do you want to make yoga a regular exercise practice in your life?
Find out what it is that you want – and also, be very honest with yourself. Do YOU actually want it? Or is this goal or habit something society has conditioned you into thinking that you want. Tune into yourself and feel what it is that you really want.
Now Take Your Goal and Break it Down Break your goal, or habit, into small bite-size pieces, so that it becomes very easy to take action on these pieces – rather than the whole pie. You might want to write a book, but if you have “write the book” written on your to-do list then you’ll too easily get paralysed over the big task that is, and you won’t really know where to start – which might lead to you not starting at all.
Break down the big goal into smaller tasks, fx such as: Write a book (overall goal) Smaller tasks could be: – find out what it should be about – do research on the topic – divide it up into sections – write ideas for each chapter – start writing 1 chapter – then the next and so on – edit
You see? In this way you have some very concrete action steps you can start on, and you know what each step entails which makes it much easier to begin!
Take Small Steps We might want to establish many new habits; start running, make a smoothie every day, exercise x times a week, work on projects etc. This is all great – ambitions is wonderful! However, start small. Start with one habit, break it down and be consistent with it until it’s just part of your daily routine and it truly is a habit that you just do. Then once you’ve established one habit successfully, then you can start implementing another one.
Don’t try to implement too many habits all at once. Rather start small and celebrate the small successes – in that way you’ll gain more and more confidence and self-trust that you’re able to accomplish what you set yourself to.
For a process like this I can highly recommend finding a coach to help you set small, manageable goals and to help keep you accountable! Ps, keep an eye out, I’ll soon start opening up for working 1:1 with clients (feel free to send me a message on Instagram or comment below if you might be interested in it, or want to hear more about it).
So let me hear – which new habit do you want to establish in your life? Or do you have a big goal you want to achieve? ✨
If you want anything in life, the first step to getting it, is knowing what it is that you want. Get clear on what you want in life.
Sounds pretty obvious, right? However, many of us don’t have a clear vision of exactly what it is that we want, so we don’t really know what we are going after, which can end up with us getting something that we don’t actually want.
Perhaps you have heard about ‘the law of attraction’, which is about how ‘like attract like’ and how what you focus on is what you get more of. Have you ever thought about what your main focus is? Is it on the things that you want in your life? Or, is it on all the things that you think are wrong in your life.
“Clarity is power. The more clear you are about what you want the more likely you are to achieve it” – Billy Cox
Sit down with yourself, and get clear on what you want. You don’t have to have all the answers, but get an idea of the life you want to live. What do you want to do? Where do you want to live? Which people do you want to spend your time with? etc. Consider these things.
Once you have a good idea of what it is that you want, then write it down. Make a list. A list of the things you want in life, and don’t limit yourself, dream big. Write it down, make it visual for yourself.
Once you have written it down, you can start to work on one goal at a time. Take a goal, and break it down into smaller more manageable steps. Then make a plan on when to do what, and just get started.