• James Walton

When Setting Goals for 2020, Don't Forget You're a Whole Person

Writing your goals down makes you 42% more likely to achieve them.

But as you set off into 2020, invigorated by the idealism a new year brings, don't forget you're a whole person. You exist in more domains that your professional one. For many years, I've been guilty of simply setting a "make more money next year" type goal, forgetting that I'm an integrated human who also has a family.

This chart comes from Michael Hyatt, and is a helpful introduction to identifying the various domains of your world:

So if you're setting goals for the new year, and you should, be sure to include more than just professional development goals.

So here's to you, the organization you serve, and the whole person you're becoming.


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