2015-Lets-make-it-theI’m so excited about 2015.

Not in a rah-rah kind of way, but in a “I can’t wait to see what is around the corner” kind of way.

I know that this is the kind of year when we should be making resolutions, but I prefer to develop specific goals that I trust will enhance my personal development and ensure that 2015 is maximised.

A couple of weeks ago, a friend asked me what my goals were and I didn’t really have a solid answer for him, but since then I have been thinking and praying about the important aspects of my life and have come up with some goals that, if achieved, will be very fulfilling.

So, in the interests of transparency (and accountability), here are my goals for 2015:

Family – To be more engaged with Karen and the kids when I’m with them, ensuring that they receive the attention that they deserve.

Personal Development – To continue to read every day without fail, ensuring that I finish 25 books in 2015.

Business – To see our business go to another level, which means an increase in revenue of 10% and double the number of preaching engagements in 2015.

Health – My latest medical check found that my cholesterol was a bit high, so I need to do something about that.  My goal here is to get my weight below 90 kg and stay there.  A helpful part of achieving that goal is to limit my chocolate intake to once a week (that’s a bigger sacrifice than it should be).

Faith – To read the entire Bible.  I’ve done this in the past, but not for a few years and know that my faith (and every other aspect of my life) will benefit from this.  I would also like to fast at least twice in 2015.

Blogging – To maintain my writing regime of a post every weeknight.  From a traffic perspective, I am due to reach 1 million views by November in  2015, but I’m hoping to up the ante and get there much earlier in the year.

So here are my goals for 2015, did I miss anything?

What are you aiming for this year?

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