Have you already wrote your new year resolutions?
What do you want to achieve next year? Do you have goals or aspirations? Are there new things you want to get or old ones to leave behind?
When I reviewed my last twelve months, I realised that most of the things that happened were unexpected. They weren’t in my plan for the year.
In hindsight, I wouldn’t even be able to think about some of them one year ago. They were entirely outside of my awareness.
This realisation left me with a big question; if everything changes in life, is it worth it to plan my next months?
General Dwight D. Eisenhower said that “In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable“.
You should look at planning not as a way to draw a clear and detailed path forward but as a way to gain awareness about where you are, where you want to go, and why you want to go there.
About who you are and who you want to grow into.
Everything will change, you can be sure about that. So, don’t be attached to your plan but anchor yourself to who you are and your values. This way you’ll be able to present and thrive amidst change.