It seems like January was only yesterday, but the reality is that the middle of the year is a reality. By now, our list of year-end resolutions may be lost in a drawer somewhere, among the paperwork of the daily grind. Our dreams and goals may have been wiped off the map, disappearing completely, or perhaps the appearance of life’s normal unforeseen events have made us postpone them.
But don’t worry; all is not lost. We still have several months to make significant progress and achieve all those goals we set at the beginning of the year — especially when the energy of the powerful Sun King of summer invites us to refocus.
If you don’t know where to start, don’t worry! We bring you some simple steps to channel this powerful energy.
Reorder and reassess your priorities
Why did you let those goals fall by the wayside? What discouraged you?
Once you answer these questions, you can determine the exact pattern you need to break to get back on track with your inspiration.
Make sure that the time frame you set for yourself is realistic and that you are at the right time in your life to start this personal challenge.
Think about managing your time and schedule — it’s all about organization.
Deadlines are an incentive, not a source of pressure
This life is all about perspective.
We often start to see the last few months of the year as a countdown, but if we invest the energy, we can be inspired to achieve that goal on our own terms.
Discipline is the best way to achieve your goals
The great geniuses of history, such as Pablo Picasso, recommended to make sure that inspiration finds you working — there is no better definition of discipline than that.
Set specific goals and lean on your lists to keep you always working. One step at a time, you’ll find yourself crossing tasks off that overwhelming sheet of paper.
Focus your energy on everything you do and always think about the end result and how much all the little efforts you are making are worth.
Use your time and energy correctly
Nothing is more valuable than your time, and no one should be a steward of your energy. Now that you know what you want and working on it, don’t get carried away by distractions, by the excessive needs of others, and, most importantly, don’t overwork.
Think that your time and energy are so valuable that they should not be wasted.
Do every activity always keeping in mind that energy that the extra hours of sunlight give you. Take advantage of vitamin D to recover from the fatigue accumulated during the year, and you will see how your mood and productivity will begin to change.