With having one month left until the end of the year, it’s not only time to wrap up lose ends from 2016, but it’s also time to start planning ahead for 2017. Trying to boost your productivity in 2017? It might be as easy as signing up for one of our Time Management Workshops. Not sure what else to add to the list for 2017? We’ve got some ideas.
Our team of Productivity Ninjas aren’t the biggest fans of ‘Resolutions’ but we like to call them ‘Good Intentions’. There seems to be less pressure on the goals you set yourself, which enables us to ultimately stress less and achieve more. Although with all goals and inspirations, sky is the limit, big tasks for the new year can increase stress and our mission is to help people kick off the new year with as little stress as possible.
A nice way to structure your ‘Good Intentions’ or ‘Resolutions’ is to put them in statements, as shown below, and to mix in a few fun ones which are easier to complete and tick off.
A bad habit I’m going to break:
A new skill I’d like to learn:
A person I hope to be more like: Productivity Ninja accepted answer 🙂
A good deed I’m going to do:
A place I’d like to visit:
A book I’d like to read:
A letter I’m going to write:
A new food I’d like to try:
I’m going to do better at:
A good way to start your list of what you want to achieve in 2017 is to remind yourself what the different keys to success are. The team over at Self-Improvement shared the below Infographic with us, which will be a big help in remembering what we really need to be successful.
What are your good intentions for next year? Share them with us in the comment section below or @thinkproductive
By Hannah Urbanek