The new year is identical to resolution talks. Wishes, upcoming events, plannings, overflow the social media more than ever. Whatever they want to achieve have the same bottom line: hoping for a better year. There is nothing wrong with setting up the resolutions. That said, successful people tend to do so and work hard to achieve them.
Achieving all resolutions is great, awesome work. But sometimes things go in different ways. We all know that we can fail. In fact, most of the objectives in the list we have created will be in vain. This is discouraging to a certain extent. But if we think in a positive way, we will realise that we are only disappointed with the result. So that’s a problem. We are too focus on the result.
Failure only happens when goals are not achieved or the results do not meet the expectations. This is the fundamental thing we must aware of. So instead of the result, we should focus on the process. Best working efforts always produce a positive result. The true achievement is in the work process. The process gave us lessons and made us grow. It made us better individual.
I put no goal for this year. But I do have resolutions. And my resolutions are not in the form of objectives or goals. They are attitudes. I want to live a simple life. Reducing the stuff, cutting the consumption. Continuing the way of life I started just two months ago.
On the other hand, I want to write more, produce more, contribute more to society. Focusing more on the sowing, not the reaping. I will improve myself in living a healthy life. I want to be a more positive individual and grow my networking and relationship. By putting the best efforts on the process, the result will take care of itself.
Be encouraged to get rid of the resolutions in form of goals, targets, numbers. Emphasis more on the how, the attitude, the efforts in performing our activities in this year. Remember, the journey is the reward.