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Expectations – Are You On Target?

Are you getting what you expect out of life?

Expectations are an important driver for getting to your goals.  Is what you expect to achieve in line with the actions you’re taking to reach your goals? 

I spent some time this weekend reviewing my expectations and desires for living a healthy, happy life.  I evaluated my health goals, financial goals, relationship goals, and career goals.

While it’s helpful to review this information for “New Year’s Resolutions”,  the first of every new year shouldn’t be the only time we take a peek at what we’re doing to see if we’re getting what we expect out of life.

Why spend even one-minute off-course to achieving your goals and meeting your expectations?

Take some time this week to touch base with your expectations for your own healthy, happy life.  Are you on target to achieve success?

What are your Goals for:

  • Health – Body, Mind, Spirit
  • Finances – Short-term, Long-term, Retirement
  • Relationships – Spouse/Significant Other, Children, Parents, Friends, Extended Family
  • Career

Are YOU doing things every day,  and every week,  to move you closer to, or farther away from your goals?  Do you have clear expectations to be able to measure your success, or to help you make changes when what you’re doing doesn’t give you the results you were hoping for?

Awareness is power, self-evaluation and self-correction is critical.  Step into your personal power to achieve, receive, and believe in yourself and your ability to get, have, and do, everything in life you desire.

There’s an old saying, “You get what you expect.”  Expect the best from yourself.  Take actions that are in line with your expectations to be successful in getting what you expect to enjoy the healthiest, happiest, best life possible!

Posted by Aliesa George in Goal Setting, Motivation, Inspiration & Goal Setting and tagged , , , , , , .

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