As you are making your new years goals, remember to make a distinction between goals, intentions, and experiences. Goals are about the result. Intentions are about the reason. And experiences are about the ride.
I don’t believe in setting goals in isolation. Dates don’t hold us accountable—events that involve other people do. Every year, people who download the New Year Guide take that to heart and they organize groups of their friends to join them as they work on the New Year Guide together. It’s an easy and fun way to start the year with the people you care about and that care about you.
We will be gathering together to celebrate, find gratitude and the uncover lessons from 2013; and then to create the experience of 2014 by looking at what you want to accomplish, who you need to BE in 2014 to accomplish those things, and what the "gaps" are in your environment that you need to fill in order to succeed. (tip, your environment is more important than your willpower) The event will be free to attend, you will however need to either print off a guide; or, purchase a guide online that is professionally printed for 20$. I recommend buying one because I am going to suggest you use this not as a "once a year" resolution setting exercise, but rather as a fluid document that you use as your intention, your guide, and your daily reference. Whether you come to this event or not, I suggest you print off this guide (for free) and follow along with it. It is the best "year guide" I have ever used in my life. (if you aren't sure if coming will be a good use of your time, start going through the guide on your own. It is very likely that you will get value in the first 5 pages and will decide to make the time and come)
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