2010 – goals and objectives

At the beginning of this year, I was refocusing. And, as it happens, once a year, you sit down and reflect on what has happened and what you think might happen. New Year Resolutions!

2009 has certainly brought a lot of changes into my life. However, as I just said to my wife, we didn’t move and no one from our immediate family died. So it could have been much worse.

So for 2010, what are my expectations? My goals? My objectives?

I believe that health is on the forefront of all. Hence I am trying to stick to a more balanced diet, less overeating, not eating meat and cutting down on the lovely grape juice.

Certainty is another one, settling into a new job and doing the best I can to succeed in my new job and still being with the same company in a few years time. I am very excited about the prospects of starting something new and being able to direct and build a satellite office here in the UK. So growth is definitely on my agenda also.

And, of course, my family. Feeling loved and connected. Growing the family maybe, having a nice holiday and good times together. The icing on the cake would be to contribute to a charity more as I have done in 2009, e.g. instead of donating money, I would love to donate time and knowledge to a charity working with kids or the Guide Dogs Charity for example.

As you can see, all I want in 2010 is to satisfy my basic human needs. That is all. Additionally, it would be great to expand my personal development by practising more Buddhism and continue to write on all my blogs.

In a good NLP manner, I imagine sitting here in 12 months time, reflecting on 2010. Wouldn’t it be nice to say that I successfully launched a new company in the UK market, that my wife gave birth to a second child, that all of my family is healthy and that I managed to work on my personal development, also had time to give something back by supporting a charity. Maybe these are modest goals, but that is all I wish for.

To all of you, all the best for 2010. May all your dreams come true.

If there is a dream – there is reality!