How has 2019 treated you? If you have read my self reflection of 2019, I would like to think that I've been really privileged to have enjoyed growth in both the personal and professional space.
My 2020 goal setting strategy will largely focus on things that worked well for me last year with additional goal targets to achieve even more. That's why I'm calling it 20/20 goal setting this year.
While I try to keep most of the goals measurable but I'm aware that some goals around eating habits can't be measured and is more around developing a disciplined mindset.
I've grouped my goals in 4 categories:
Over the course of 2019, I've lost close to 20 kg through a disciplined calorie tracking regime. It felt very similar to when I just started tracking my expenses in 2015 where I was a little too strict with myself and it took a few years to change that mindset.
I want to cultivate a better relationship with food this year, by being more mindful about the food I eat.
Here are my health and wellness goals:
Having achieved success in my fitness journey in 2019, I intend to continue expanding my fitness lifestyle and add more exercises/activities that pique my interest. That will help to create a sustainable and meaningful fitness lifestyle.
These are my fitness transformation goals for 2020:
2019 worked really well for me in the wealth department as I maintained a disciplined saving process. I intend to continue doing most of the same things this year just because they worked well for me.
The concept of lifelong learning has 2 different meanings for me.
For professional development, I intend to pursue the following Salesforce certifications as my company has made the switch to Salesforce Marketing Cloud over the course of 2019 to further my expertise in the platform. As Salesforce is a popular enterprise platform, these certifications will also increase my career prospects in the near future as there is a growing demand for Salesforce certified individuals.
For personal development, I intend to learn more about the science behind fitness and nutrition. I have not decided on the courses I wish to take, but I'm contemplating to take on a few online courses provided by reputable universities and certifications from a credible fitness organisations such as American Council on Exercise.
Benjamin Franklin supposedly once said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.” Sir Winston Churchill is credited with another saying: “Those who fail to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it.”
What changes do you intend to make in 2020 to improve yourself?
I'd love to hear about your plans. Please share them in the comments section below.
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