First of all Happy New Year! I wish you all the best for the upcoming 2017, may all of your wishes come true. Remember you are in control of everything you do and you can make it all work. It seems that a lot of people complained about how shitty 2016 was for them on social media, personally, 2016 was one of the greatest years in my entire life. I guess it is what you make it out of it.
For today’s post, I just want to do a short summary of some of the topics I’ve talked in 2016 and recommend best articles that have helped me and many other people throughout the year.
Let’s get started with the most important topic of goal setting and having a plan. As it is common for everyone to set up goals and new years resolutions for many people, I recommend you reading articles about this right here. It talks about the importance of having goals and plans of action. Another article where I’ve talked about life goals can be found here: How to live to the fullest? Begin with the end in mind.
Once you’ve set up your goal it is important to take action, stay motivated and keep a healthy lifestyle. Throughout last year I’ve covered topics such as procrastination, soft addictions and habits. You can find these articles here:
- It all begins with an action.
- How to beat Procrastination?
- Soft addictions. What the heck are those?
- Habits. How and why?
Another important topic I’ve covered was rituals and morning routines, you can read an article about that here: This small hack can improve your life quality by 110%. During my morning routines I read books, and meditate, therefore I’ve talked about those topics in these articles too:
As a side note, I would like to say that this blog is a reflection of my journey in self-development and by writing these I have improved many areas of my life. All in all the year was great, and I’ve managed to produce over 20 articles about self-development and other related topics, you can always find them at http://productivemind.co.uk/articles/
While today’s post is very dull and short, I promise you to continue my journey in self-development and produce higher quality content in the upcoming year.
That’s it for now, thanks!