As we go through life, we have obvious opportunities and some not so obvious. Have you ever considered this as part of your reality?
Many of the biggest opportunities happen at midlife. What we do when they arrive makes all the difference.
And the most overlooked, and inexpensive, opportunity to keep motivation alive is to celebrate milestones along the way. They come in three sizes: small, medium and large.
Yesterday I promised a few of mine, in an effort to practice the preaching. And by the way, all within the past 72 hours:
- 309 pages of raw content (not blog related)
- Met with CPA
- Ran 5 miles without any foot pain
- Eight hours of sleep for 7 consecutive days
- 347 straight days of starting each day on my knees
Do you find time to celebrate your milestones, no matter their size? What if you did.
Happy Friday everyone and thank you for visiting Mid Life Celebration. Ever work really hard for a really long time and wonder how you’ll keep your pace going?
What many great leaders do is celebrate the journey, not just reaching the final goal. They learn the power of celebrating milestones.
In our personal and professional lives, we face this same challenge. How to keep a fast and steady pace to accomplish all that’s expected of us.
The secret? Celebrate milestones. Are you familiar with this concept?
Milestones are what you make them. There is no science to it, other than to simply find things to celebrate and feel good about, because the goal is to keep your midlife pace going.
The alternative is to lose interest and quit.
Tomorrow, I’ll share a few Mid Life Celebration milestones and invite you to share some of your own.