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How to Set (and Achieve!) Soul-Centered Objectives

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How to Set (and Achieve!) Soul-Centered Objectives

Corinne Keating

You most often hear people setting goals for themselves at the beginning of each year, because it’s when everyone can agree that a new year represents a fresh start. That can be a great opportunity for some people, but it doesn’t have to be the only time for you to set goals for yourself. During the year, you may feel like a change is needed. Maybe you need to refresh yourself or get a healthy new habit started. No matter what your motivation is, setting soul centered goals to better yourself is great, but before you start making your list, think about what your goals are and how you’re going to make them happen.

Natalie Moore | Holistic Psychotherapy | Pasadena & Los Angeles | Mind/Body/Spirit Therapy for Young Adults with Depression

1 | Identify Your Problem Areas

Your new goals are meant to make you a better person. To know how to improve yourself, you need to figure out what about you isn’t living up to your expectations. Do you think too negatively too often, or overeat when you’re sad? Or are you finding yourself getting angry over tiny problems or unable to deal with work stresses? These problem areas all have methods for overcoming these issues, but first, you need to decide which ones affect you.

2 | Target Your Biggest Issues

Once you have your list of problems you want to change, identify what the biggest ones are and if they’re related. You might find that you don’t deal with stress well and you’re struggling with work. These issues could be related to how productive you are throughout the day. Increasing your productivity through exercise, for example, could help your work life improve and reduce stress. Finding common links between your problem areas can also help you narrow down your list of tactics for overcoming your challenges and becoming a better you. The goal is to get a list of the largest issues you want to change that’ll improve your life or make you a better person, and then find the best way to approach each one.

3 | Start off Slow

When you start your plan for achieving your goals, such as by changing your eating habits to lose weight, you’ll have lots of energy and motivation to follow your soul-centered goals. As you try to adjust to your new routine, you might lose steam and get discouraged before quitting altogether. What you should focus on once you’ve got your game plan together is starting off slow. By doing this, you’ll use all the motivation and excitement you have in small amounts over time as you work towards the finish line you’ve set for yourself.

Establishing new goals for yourself to become a better person is a great undertaking. If now is your time, make sure you know what to fix so that you can accomplish more goals, and don’t burn yourself out in the excitement of starting. Everything takes time, and when you’re able to look back and be proud of your accomplishments, you’ll be glad you took some time to breathe along the way.

about the author

Hi! I'm Cori. I'm a health and wellness blogger and enthusiast who's been featured in The Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen and Healthline. When I'm not writing for my blog Why So Well, you can find me hiking, biking or sipping on a soy latte.