“Live simply so that others may simply live.” – Mahatma Gandhi
If you’re looking for a quick and simple way to start the year, then read on.
Over the past week, I have seen over 50 posts on LinkedIn and Facebook about goal setting. From setting intentions to vision boarding to masterminding, everyone is in the spirit of preparing and starting the New Year strong.
I spent most of the weekend reflecting and visioning. Every year, I go a bit crazy completing every tool I can find to plan for the coming year.
After my experience of doing these activities, I woke up this morning with a strong desire for simplicity and fun. I want to move forward this year with more flow and ease.
I realized my theme word for 2016 is “grace”, defined by Google as “simple elegance or refinement of movement”.
Therefore, I’ve come up with a simple and fun New Year Intentions Card.
“If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” – William Arthur Ward
Take the first step. Find a quiet space. Grab a hot beverage. Start the New Year today.
Download your New Year Intentions Card here.
What dreams do you want to create for 2016?
I would love to hear how your experience went. Share in the comments below and connect with me today!
GRATITUDE: Special thanks to Trent Pearce, Anne Marie Dekker, Suzette Alvarez, Claire Snyman, Dorthe Enger, Myla Bicol, David Frank Gomes, Lyndan Lam, Allison Lee, Christina Florencio, Dress for Success Vancouver, Project House, HR Tech Group, HRMA, Small Business BC, The Reframe Group, Creative Technology Resources, our amazing clients, partners, volunteers, friends and family for all of your love, belief and support in 2015.
To learn more tips on self-reflection and setting intentions, join me at the 54th Annual BC Human Resources Management Association (HRMA) Conference and Tradeshow on April 26 and 27, 2016. I will be facilitating a workshop on “The Power of Mindfulness in the Workplace” on Wednesday, April 27, 2016.