Wednesday, January 5, 2011

It's a new year

But we have similar goals as the years prior.

This year we'd like to pay off Josh's $50,000 in student loans. Seem crazy? I know! We may not succeed, but hey, what's the hurt in trying? Less debt? Sounds good to me! It's our only debt left with the exception of $3000 on our van, which will hopefully poof-be-gone this month. We'll see what doors the Lord opens to allow us to accomplish this.

Also, this year we are hoping to be FPU coordinators at our church. We're praying about it and meeting with Pastor Charlie and his wonderful wife Louise to discuss it tomorrow night. We love Lakeshore and look forward to diving in even more this year.

We definitely want to add more commercial accounts to our business this year. 2010 was a great year for our business and 2011 is off to a REALLY great start.

I want to lose those extra 15 lbs that NEVER seem to go away no matter how die hard I've been in the past. 15 seems like nothing, but also seems impossible. I know if I'm intentional I can do it. I've done it before and I can do it again! Of course, with fasting, I'm off to a good start LOL

It's so important to write out your goals.

The benefits to writing your goals down are threefold:

1. It forces you to clearly define what your goals are. It forces clarity.

2. It frees up room in your mind to take your thinking to the next level.

3. It incorporates all three learning techniques and stimulates creativity.

It's been said you are more than 80% more likely to achieve the goals you write down as opposed to the ones you don't. Welp, here are some big goals of ours! Feel free to hold us accountable!


Erika Grover said...

I always like to write everything down! Goals, grocery lists, to do , need

Great goals & good luck on all but the 15 lbs! Girl you would wither away! YOu look great...Even if you lost 5lbs you might look TOO thin, don't go all Hollywood on me.


Priscilla said...

I just hide those 15're all in my thighs, butt and hips! the thunder thighs need to GO!