HindeSight #52: Looking Towards 2021
A Letter from Us: Wrapping Up 2020
In hindsight, 2020 has been an educational and transformative year because we’ve been forced to look at everything so differently and so much more decisively than in past years. We’ve never taken our success for granted, but we all know we don’t look at success with the same level of scrutiny we apply during tougher times. Closing out, we hope 2020 brought you more highs than lows and a clearer picture of what your goals are personally and professionally in 2021.
Meditation teachers Susan Piver and Jeff Warren talk about the ample evidence that you are more likely to achieve your long-term goals if you pursue those goals not out of self-loathing or shame (which is the not-so-subtle subtext of the whole ‘New Year, New You’ slogan) but instead with self-love -- or self-compassion.
2021 will be here before we know it and while I am not a big fan of the idea of resolutions, I do believe heavily in intention. This article outlines how to create your intentions for the new year.
"If you limit your choices only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, and all that is left is a compromise."
How many times have you set goals, only to be disappointed when they didn’t come to fruition? One of my favorite authors, James Clear (he wrote “Atomic Habits”) put together a comprehensive guide about how to set achievable goals.
Despite what’s going on around me, one of my non-negotiables is my morning routine. I start my day with three questions prompted by my The Five Minute Journal which allows me to ground myself for the day ahead.
HindeSight | No. 52