I can't tell you the number of times it happens. I am working with a family, and the moment of truth arrives--I ask them how their goal has been going. If I haven't been working with them long, they squirm and break eye contact. Sometimes they laugh nervously. They sheepishly admit it hasn't been going well. Then they wait, a little anxiously, for my response.
Christmas is only seven days away, which means we are only a couple weeks away from national goal-setting season. I know I have my own goals percolating in the back of my mind. I certainly have very big things I want to reach for this year. In order to achieve those big things, I am going to do the opposite--start with really small things. In my last blog post, I wrote about knowing your "why" around your goal. In other words, know why that particular goal matters to you. Today I am talking about how to take that meaningful goal and turn it into something achievable.
I am so glad you are here! Welcome to my blog. This is your space, too. My name is Amy, and I am no stranger to the ups and downs of life. Join me as we search for beauty, authenticity, tell our truth, and hold space for each other in the messiness of life.