We’re not quite a full week into 2020, but I’d lay odds that some people have already broken their New Year’s Resolutions.
Part of that is because resolutions are hard! We resolve to do a thing, but almost never do we have a plan to support that resolution.
A few years ago, people stopped calling them resolutions, and they started calling them goals.
The term “goal” is better because any progress toward the goal is just that: progress, and therefor a positive thing… even if we don’t 100% achieve the goal. Part of the issue is that a goal is something we might attain or obtain (depending on the goal) in the future. It is something to move towards, and even with a plan to help us get there, it is still something in the future.
This year, I want to make sure that I’m setting intentions, and today, I intend to discuss how to make some solid writing intentions for 2020.Continue reading It is that time of year again: Intention setting!