To me, nothing feels better than looking back and seeing positive advancements in my own life. Simultaneously, regret is one of the least favorite things I view my past with.
Whatever last year looks like, the most important thing is that it's over. We've got a new year ahead, and we need to plan it out if we want to improve on last year.
"Failure to plan is planning to fail" -Unknown
Hence, New Year's resolutions.
From what I see, many people make empty promises to themselves and never come close to fulfilling their "plan."
So, we must make our new plans with the fullest of intentions, and purpose to carry them out, if we truly desire positive change.
This is particularly hard for me because I struggle with self motivation. One way around this issue is to make myself accountable to someone else, my wife for example.
I extremely dislike disappointing others, so this is a great way for me to stay on track.
Now, My New Year's Resolutions!
- Grow my little Poultry Guy business to provide chicken and turkey for 100 families
- Provide consistent and helpful info all year long to my email list
- Find a way to be self employed while getting The Poultry Guy up and running (anyone have a leaky roof, or trees/brush to remove?)
- Build healthy soil, improve the water cycle, raise healthy happy animals, so all my patrons may improve their own health and wellness through the ultimate nutrition
That's all for now, stay warm my friends!