Sunday, December 30, 2012

Are you GROWING or CONTRIBUTING?


Well only one day left until New Years Eve. Its funny isn’t it the news papers today are full of the “Year in Review” and your start sign for the future. I suppose in a way that’s what this programme has been about, reviewing what’s happened, learning from it and moving into the future.

You now have created your Massive Action Plan for success in 2013, you could say you have created your MAP. Today I would like you to consider adding two other goal areas onto your map, which are GROWTH and CONTRIBUTION.

Why are these important?

Well a couple of writers in the personal development world suggest that we have two higher spiritual needs that create our true fulfillness rather than just happiness.
So here is an amazing video, I found when I was researching this programme. It only lasts 13 minutes and I have to say it really has crystallised my goal setting for 2013. The process is not complicated and in 5 minutes you will have a list of experience, learning and contribution outcomes that you wish to pursue in your life. Now you may be asking why didn’t we do this a couple of days ago? And that’s a fair question, but this programme is about 2013 and we have set goals for that.

I now want you to expand you thinking, widen the possibilities and move you into the STRETCH ZONE! Also by the end of this process you may be able to pick a Growth Goal and a Contribution Goal to add to your 2013 MAP. So watch the video and follow Vishen. The download for the MOST IMPORTANT QUESTIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE


I hope you enjoyed this and now have two more goals for 2013. Again, here is an example using our 2013 MAP. Remember that your Growth Goals and Contribution goals can be and should be of benefit to you and others.  If you will recall I discussed volunteering on BOXING DAY and its benefits. (BOXING DAY BLOG)


Goal (What?) :
1. Its is December 1st 2013, I can run a 10ks on the treadmill in the gym and have completed at least one 10k race to raise money for charity.
2.  It is 30th December 2013 and our family have spent 12 weeks away from home trying new activities that we have tried before. The kids have produced a scrapbook to remind us of our adventurous.
3. It is 5th August 2013 and I am sitting in my garden, sipping a cool lemonade looking at the tidy, well planned and flourishing garden.
4.  It is 31st December 2013 and each month I have studied on aspect a aspect of personal development, business and meditation. I will have mediated at least 5 times as week for at least 5 minutes.
5. It is 1st December 2013 and I have volunteered 12 days over the year working with others as well as signing up as a local school governor.
Why this is important to me. (Why):
If I am fit and health, I will be able to achieve more, be able to exercise with the kids and feel great. I also will be able to donate to my mothers favourite charity which will make her feel great)

The children are getting older and I want them to remember great weekends. Quality time with the family is very important to me and I want to be able to review our great adventurous at the end of the year
We have a lovely garden and don’t use it. If it was tidy we would use it more. I could teach the children to grow vegetables and we could have more friends and families barbeques
I have lots of personal development CD and books on my shelves but haven’t really made a study of them and use what I have read. Also I have always wanted to study meditation and feel I will get a lot out of it. (me time)
Buy volunteering as a school governor I can use my business skills to benefit the local primary school as well as learning about working in the Education Sector. I would like the kids to be involved in volunteering and I can lead by example.
Daily / weekly Activity (HOW?)   :

·   Exercise daily
·   Drink at least 2 Ltrs water
·   Take vitamins
·   Meditate
·   Follow low calorie and high energy diet
·   Plan 12 activities
·   Kids meeting teach month to plan what we do
·   Use Birthdays
·   Use computer to make video log
·   Monthly journal meeting
·   Weekend weeding (with kids)
·   Plan beds
·   Daily walk around (celebrate)
·   Water and nourish
·   Learn new BBQ recipes 

·  Decide on what I am going to study each month
·  Schedule time in dairy
·  Make a learning journal
·  Follow medication programme
·  Take part in mediation 1 day retreat
·  Contact Education Department
·  Update CV
·  Volunteer with school
·  Register with volunteer agency
·  Complete a day a month

THE PLAN






Jan2013
Walk 10k (enter http://www.greatrun.org)
Walk in Derbyshire
Garden clear
Do have plan drawn up buy journal
School sign up
Feb 2013
Run 1 K
Centre Parks (JC Birthday)
Plan layout
Book 1
Day 1
March 2013
Run 3 K
Make a plate
Garden Build
CD 1
Day 2
April 2013
Run 5 K
House party
Fence tidy
Seminar 1
Day 3
May 2013
Run 7 K
Mums weekend
Path clean
Book 2
Day 4
June 2013
Run 9 K
BB Birthday choice
Garden furniture clean
Seminar 2
Day 5
July 2013
Run 8 K
Spain
Family BBQ
Book 3,4,5 (Holiday)
Day 6
Aug 2013
Run 9 K
Wales BH weekend (camping)
Me Lemonade and a deck chair (whole day for me!)
CD 2,3
Day 7,8 (dry stone walling)
Sept 2013
Do North run (10k)
London Museums
Vegetable pick and chutney making kids
Book 6
Day 9
Oct 2013
Run 10 k
Our city
Halloween Garden Party
Seminar 3
Day 10 (Neighbours garden)
Nov 2013
Run 10 k
Panto weekend
Tidy for winter
Book 7
Day 11 (Neighbours garden)
Dec 2013
Run 10 k
Santa in Lapland
Journal celebration party
Planting  bulbs for 2014
CD 5
Day 12 (Homeless Shelter)

Well tomorrow is NEW YEARS EVE and 2013 is just around the corner, can’t wait can you!

Till tomorrow

Steve
(follow me on twitter @stevekellyuk or email me at stevekellyupstarts@gmail.com)

P.S. a blank goals sheet with 5 columns and a picture so you can print if you wish.

2013 MAP
Goal (What?) :








Why this is important to me. (Why):










Daily / weekly Activity (HOW?)   :







THE PLAN






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Picture to Print :

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