2014 Major Goals

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Every year we make new resolutions or life goals. Making goals always be my favorite, because I just don’t like expectations. Today I am sharing my 2014 major goals, that I wish at the end of the year, I will find a difference from myself. Because new year’s resolutions is not about a “wanting list”, but a list to help us make a good change. 

1. Living in the moment. 
Time changes 24 to 7 to 365. You just don’t want to miss a thing. Don’t bother too much about future. Why don’t we just enjoy process while preparing for something big in the future? So take this challenge with me: dream now, live now, enjoy now.  

2.Think less, feel more. 
I found this perfect sentence from Mr. Rene Suhardono from his amazing book, #UltimateU2. This year, I want to learn how to feel my heart more. Sometimes our heart speaks louder. Okay no. Maybe.. our heart always speaks louder. So why don't we just follow our heart instead? 

3. Bear some life's fruits. 
Fruits of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. (Gal 5:22-23).

4. Be grateful. Always. 
Aha, how many times I was reminded to be grateful always, always and always. I guess I don't need to explain too much about this, because I am sure you guys got it already (: 

Beside of these major goals, of course I’ve made some another goals too that I want to achieve this year, such as: write a novel, learn how to take pictures that tell story, better blogging, more cooking, improve my English (absolutely) and so much more. To help all these things come true, I also make specific goals for each month. For example: I want to write a novel. Write 150 pages of a novel doesn't like make instant ramen. I need to write at least 500 words per day, that means 1500 words per month! Remember that specific goals make me more discipline and keep me on the track. 

How about you? Maybe want to share a little bit of your goals this year? I would like to know. Happy Sunday and stay awesome!

1 comment:

  1. yep i completely agree that writing novel is not as easy as cooking indomie :p my goals are more or less same with you (except the part that i still have a long way to go in university... so yeah another goal: passing all exams). goodluck for your goals anyway! :D