This past weekend, my family had another goal planning day! We looked over the goals we made at the beginning of the year and talked about our successes and failures.
I had some pretty lofty goals and work ended up being more demanding than I had anticipated. Because of this, many of mine are way off and require some rework in order to make them attainable by the end of the year. But that’s why we look at them during the year.
I’ve talked about our planning weekend in January before. Basically, we reserved an Airbnb and spent an evening and morning asking some pretty deep questions about ourselves, our goals and how we can move forward with them.
We set new goals and prepared for the coming year. Some goals were personal, business, spiritual, and financial. It really helped by getting some dreams and strategies for achieving said dreams down on paper.
personality test time
This weekend, we changed it up a bit. After we analyzed our goals, we looked at the our personality types based on the Clifton Strengths Finder Test. Here were my top 5 strengths:
- 1. Individualization (which means I am good at looking at people as individuals)
- 2. Empathy (which means I am good at getting on the same level with people)
- 3. Developer (which means I love leading and developing people)
- 4. Harmony (which means I like to resolve problems with as little of conflict as possible)
- 5. Futuristic (which means I like to look ahead at what is possible in the future)
No surprise there on any of those! As a family, we’re talking about how we can make use of the knowledge about our strengths to help us in our goals.
Overall, it was an awesome weekend. Very insightful to say the least.
Goal planning is able to be done alone, for sure. However, I am finding more and more, if you do it with others and actually follow up on all of your goals together, it makes planning a lot easier. It adds in an extra level of accountability and I highly recommend it.
What are your strengths? How are your goals going this year?
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