Here are a few of my current and future goals!
“Be stubborn about your goals and flexible about your methods.” – Unknown
– Quiet time with God
– Make someone laugh
– Be optimistic
– Spend less time on phone
– Get more sleep
– Do someone a favor
– Call parents
– Meet someone new
– Prioritize homework
– Volunteer at an event
– Visit home at lease once
– Do something outside of my comfort zone
– Maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher
– Budget spending
END OF YEAR
– Go on a road trip with friends
– Lose “freshman 15”
– Hold a leadership position in a RSO
– Help plan at least three major events
– Find a new Netflix series
– Find a church in Mount Pleasant, MI
– Be an awesome mentor
– Read both The Hobbit and Lord of The Rings books
– Have a successful internship
– Graduate from CMU
– Travel to another country
– Move to a big city
– Plan events for a living ♥
I am a visual person. Keeping a calendar on my wall with reminders, meetings, tasks, and events written in for each day helps me stay organized and on top of things. Paul Wesselmann describes a goal as a vision – something that you can look forward to and picture in your mind. Hanging up a poster or a sticky note of an important goal in a spot where I will look every day motivates me to accomplish it. I also keep to-do lists and a list of assignments for each class in my phone so when I think of something I need or want to do I can immediately take note of it.
Making sure that my goals are realistic, specific, and time-bound will allow me to focus my efforts and stay organized.
Surrounding myself with people who care about me and my future and who want to see me succeed will help achieve my goals by encouraging me and keeping me accountable.
Keeping a positive attitude, a good sleep schedule, and a cup of coffee nearby will go a great distance. Procrastination always seems to get in the way when I have a negative outlook on something or when I’m extremely exhausted.