setting intentions: make light, season 4, episode 1
Welcome back to Season 4 of The Make Light Show, friends! I’m so thrilled to be back, and I’m really excited about the lineup that I have for Season 4 of the show. This week, we’re starting off with goal-setting and setting intentions — did you know that by the second week of February, more than 80% of folks have broken their resolutions? This just won’t do. So join me today as I share what I do instead of resolutions. I explain why it’s been years since I broke a resolution – and why recent years have felt more productive and meaningful as a result.
In this episode:
How to review your previous year, by making a list of all the good things that happened (using your calendar and cell phone archives as a memory-jogger), and a separate list of the challenges you faced, and the lessons you learned from them
How to create your intentions from this list, by filling in the rest of the following phrase: “I want more of _____.”
How to ensure your intentions are part of your daily to-do list.
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