Remember why you started – because if you don’t – you will never see the end.
You can make your life into a series of milestones. In fact, you can make your life into plans rather than dreams. The benefit of making it a plan vs. a dream is that you take the romanticized version completely out of it. Great plans – although life can completely screw them up at times – will head you in a much better direction than just wandering around hopelessly.
I’m at a pretty interesting place right now coming out of my first photo shoot and accomplishing a dream that I had been thinking about for years and years. After having accomplished that, I keep asking myself “What’s next? What else can I achieve?”
The answer is anything.
The truth is, I’m going after everything this year.
After taking a couple days off in terms of the intensity towards my routine, I have begun to appreciate the routine in itself. I’m ready to get back to planning another big goal in terms of fitness and finding out what I am capable of. Like I have said before, I am a rookie in this field. But being a rookie is one of the most enjoyable and fun times of your life. So I am going to enjoy this as much as I can.
I can’t believe I start professional life coaching school in March. That is right around the corner! Besides being excited about the coaching experience and being able to go out there and help people, I am very thrilled about how much I know they are going to work on me as a person and develop me as a whole individual. It really should be an experience of a lifetime.
It’s time I ramp up my focus in other areas as well – studying for both life coaching and personal training. These are both professions that I want to combine and if I work hard enough I know that I can relay my passion for helping others successfully.
2015 has been incredible so far.
Can’t wait to see what else it has in store for me.
– Evan Sanders