It can be hard to envision a sunny day coming when you’ve experienced a setback like living through this pandemic.
This is where setting goals can help you.
After things get better there is so much life for you to live. It pays to be future-minded.
I am an optimist. That is why I recovered. I believed that my future would be better.
I have always seen possibility where others see pain.
My recommendation is to get out a notebook and write down a goal you would like to achieve once things return to normal.
Fixing that goal in your conscious mind can empower you in your recovery.
With this purpose for what you want to do visible in print it can motivate you to do what it takes to make healthy choices today.
On the cable TV news the announcer reported that addiction and alcoholism have gone up during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Ask yourself: what can you do to bring yourself closer to achieving the goal?
Over and over wherever I’m writing anything I write about goal-setting I champion reading the book:
Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions.
This book I installed on my iPad. It has been instrumental in helping me achieve numerous goals.
In the coming blog entry I want to talk about woodshedding.
It’s a concept whose time has come for a review in light of the setback everyone’s experiencing living through the pandemic.