As soon as I recognized (and internalized) this simple truth, I looked at every commitment I’d made in my life, prioritized this list, and then carefully backed out of some obligations.
Remember that life is a journey, and it’s one that doesn’t end until you do.
I think we can all agree that the world could use a little more grace.
Stop scrolling through Amazon. Instead, rejoice in the way things are.
Take chances, make mistakes and don’t expect everything to be smooth.
Unfortunately, these accomplishments rarely deliver what we genuinely crave – a sense of satisfaction and joy. Why? Because the overachiever is never happy.
Are you ready to give in such a way that makes a meaningful difference to your life and those around you?
I’m not talking about donating $100 on Giving Tuesday or volunteering for a soup kitchen once a year. While those things can be a good move in the right direction, it won’t really move the needle for you or for others.
While the day might be different, I’d bet most are feeling these same emotions and wondering – “What goals should I set for 2023?”
You don’t have to feel comfortable in the mystery. Try leaning into it anyway.