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Stay Focused This New Year



This New Year, take the time to focus on what matters most. It’s not always easy to stay on track with everything in life; work, family, friends, and more all demand your attention. But if you want to make this year a success for yourself and your goals, you need to know how much energy they spent elsewhere before committing new time or effort. Take a few minutes each day to identify where you spend your mental energy and then make decisions that allow you some balance. Seek to spend more time with God this year; you can do this by shifting your focus from what you need to do to find God in unexpected places throughout the day. Here are some tips to help you stay focused on this year.


 

-Start by evaluating what’s important to you and what you want to achieve this year.

-Make a list of goals, both personal and spiritual, that will help move you closer to what’s essential.

-Set specific deadlines for yourself and put them in your calendar as recurring events. This will help keep you accountable.

-Don’t forget the people in your life. While it’s essential to focus on your goals, you don’t want to neglect those around you either, as they may feel they’re not a priority.

-Identify activities that take up too much of your time or energy, see what you can delegate or eliminate from these activities.


 

This New Year, focus on what’s important to you and make strides towards achieving your goals. With God by your side, anything is possible! Stay focused this New Year by evaluating where you spend your mental energy and committing time and effort wisely. Make a list of personal and spiritual goals to help move you closer to what matters most in your life, and don’t forget to set deadlines for yourself! Balance is critical, so spend time with those you care about while also dedicating energy to your goals. Seek God throughout the day in unexpected places and allow Him to help guide you on your journey this New Year. Happy New Year!


-Sereta


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