As the year 2015 comes to an end, it is the time to look back and reflect on the past year, to take account of good things and to consider the not-so-good things as lessons learnt to be avoided in future years.
My Goals for 2016:
1. Be a morning person
Just like 2015, one of my goals for 2016 is to become a morning person. Easier said than done as I work with people around the globe, I have to be awake in their time zones.
Although I managed to get up early during this year, I had to sacrifice quite a few hours of sleep for that. In the coming year, I will try to get at least 6 hours of sleep and rise early.
The goal is not just to get up early, but to be productive as well.
As reflected earlier, I could be a morning person, if morning happened around noon.I could be a morning person, if morning happened around noon. Click To Tweet
2. Learn something new, everyday
For 2016, I plan to learn more about Python – the programming language I started to take interest into during 2015. I also intend to learn new skills related to Internet Marketing, Speed Reading and Homeschooling.'You learn something every day if you pay attention' ~ Ray LeBlond Click To Tweet
3. Get, and stay, Fit
Another goal for 2016 is to get and stay fit. Obviously, not lifting-heavy-weights kind of fit.
To get and stay fit in 2016, I intend to start eating healthier foods, become more active, exercise regularly, reduce stress and get more sleep.
4. Read More
One of my goals in 2015 was to read more books. Some of the books I read during last year were:
- Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life by Dr. Spencer Johnson. A truly inspirational book. I heartily recommend it to people who are seriously interested in changing their lives for good.
- Orcs by Stan Nicholas. This is fantasy fiction by about the mythical characters including Orcs, Dwarves and sorts. It was a nice read.
- Grow rich while you sleep by Ben Sweetland. Good book on investments and passive earning.
- 1984 by George Orwell. The Orwell classic that coined the term Big Brother. Although 1984 is about a dystopia, it seems frightening realistic considering modern day security and surveillance measures taken by many governments in the world.
'The books we read answer questions we didn't know existed.' ~ Axel Marazzi Click To Tweet
In 2016, I intend to read at least 20 books during the year.
… and as always, Family First!Family first. Work next. Because, there's no replacement for a family lost. Click To Tweet
What are your goals and resolutions for 2016? Please share in the comments below.
Have a blessed and prosperous New Year.