My last resolution is more of a stretch goal, and it won’t be easy…
What do I mean by “Maximizing Who I Am”?
Ever since graduating from college, I started wondered what I would be like if I ate the perfect foods, slept and exercised the perfect amounts, developed my brain in a perfect way, etc. I wondered what I would be like… would I be a few inches taller? Would I be smarter than I am now, perhaps a little better looking too… How different would the perfect version of me be?
It would be very fascinating to know! Don’t get me wrong, I’m not faulting anybody (especially myself) for not being perfect. After all, to be raised perfectly and do everything perfectly is practically impossible. But what if I start trying for that elusive goal? What would happen…?
Well, that’s what my final 2010 goal will be. I’m going to try and maximize who and what I am. I hope I finally be able to grow those few extra inches that I’m missing! Okay, so that won’t happen, but perhaps I can improve other things to almost the perfect level… That’s what I mean when I say “Maximizing Who I Am“, I can’t be the perfect me, but I can strive to be the best I can be.
This goal actually ties back into my first two goals, both are necessary steps to “Maximizing Who I Am”.
What areas do I need to work at to be a better me?
- Exercise. Both aerobic and anaerobic.
- Sleeping the proper amount of time. I’ve been a “Night Owl” ever since my college days.
- Organization Skills. I’ll use a Planner, tasksheets, spreadsheets and calender programs.
- Challenging my mental processes (reading, experiments, blogging, games, etc)
- Spending more quality time with my Kids, and with patience!
- Working more Effectively at whatever I’m doing (this could be when I’m at work, or at home).
- Be more Sociable with my friends, neighbors, and countrymen (joking on that last one, although I could say community and that would be fair game).
- Develop a greater sense of Humor. Both laughing and making witty jokes (at least I hope they’ll be witty).
- And lastly, Making Better use of my Time! This would be the Carpe Diem thing…
How do I go about measuring these areas?
Well, that is a mixed bag! I plan on measuring my weight loss and exercise routine in spreadsheets. But how do I measure the other pieces of the puzzle I listed above? Well, I’m thinking of keeping an written Daily Journal, then post my progress once a month on this blog. During the post, this will force me to reviewing my performance to see if I’m accomplishing these personal mini goals or not.
And there you have it! My New Year 2010 Resolution Goals are finally listed (I’m hearing the “Mission Impossible” theme song as I’m typing).
Let get it ON!