A New Year A New You

If you have been reading my blog you know that I am very big into mindset and goal setting.  Without goals we have no direction and with no direction we are not fulfilling our purpose in life.

On New Year’s Day, I love to sit and evaluate the last year in my life. Chris and I like to refer to it as the year in review.

I look  at all of the events that took place over the course of the year and then I rate them.

-Top 5 accomplishments of 2013:

-Top 5 areas of growth:

-Top 5 areas I need to work on for 2014:

-Top 5 events I learned the most from:

-Top 5 memories:

-Top 5 people in my life:


I do this and then I begin to reflect on all that I have done and all that I want to do and continue to improve on for 2014.

We are our biggest critics and it is very hard to see improvement in ourselves; but this is a positive, uplifting way to do it.

Writing your review also shows you areas where you need to work on your weaknesses. Also, you can critic yourself so that in 2014 you acknowledge weaknesses, improve on them, and know your strengths and play to them.

So CPM’ers I want you to create your Year in Review and post some of the wonderful findings that you will become aware of from the list.

I will go first…

While evaluating my 2013 I became aware of how much daily habits and rituals can be your biggest success and/or your biggest hindrance. The year of 2013 was “The year of BOLD moves”. This year I want to really dig deep inside myself and begin to open up doors believe and trust in my family and myself more. This year is the “Taking this Sh*t to the Next Level”. Continuing  to live out of my comfort zone and face my fears head to benefit myself, my family, and the CPM community.

Post your answers in the comments below….

There is a quote I love to live by (especially when self-doubt starts to kick in), “If you are not growing you are dying”!

Cheers to a Fabulous 2014!

The O-Board Says…

A. 1 RM Turkish Get Up

B. AMRAP 20 minutes
400 Meter Run
Max Pullups

Post by Annie.