It’s time to Life Changing Decisions. It’s time to forget the crap you’ve had in 2020 and make some challenges for yourself for 2021.
If you don’t want to be thorough and rise a mountain or walk to another state, here are some things you could do instead; they are small but valuable challenges that could turn your 2021 around right from the start.
Waste Less Money and Time
It looks like we all discovered the value of another day and another chance—because too many had their last one misappropriated from them in 2020. Let’s choose now not to waste any day, any moment, or any amount of energy remaining. Life changing decisions are for making other people happy.
When everything is carried away, we see what is most valuable. When it comes to an understanding what activities add to the quality of life, growing physical stuff pales related to the actual life-giving races. We are forced to go without. Decide now to own less in 2021.
With the overnight closing/collapse of many companies and a global economy, 2020 recorded the value of having some reserve financial savings. If you haven’t made saving a priority, decide to do it now.
Always choose kindness
We’re all in this together, help other people feel accepted. Life changing decisions to change our 2021 different from 2020.
Encourage Our Selfs
2020 was a tough year for everyone! And all of us demanded support from time-to-time. Let’s give it freely in 2021—whether people ask for it or not.
Thank To More For Blessing
Determine now to say “thank you” more often. You will be blessed, and the recipient will be blessed. Win-win.
Compete for Less
One thing is for sure—we’re all in this world together. As a result, it’s too easy to see the world as a competition against one another. Instead, let’s remember we’re on the same team, all trying to be the best versions of ourselves. If you want to compete, compete against who you were yesterday rather than the stranger down the street.
Not only was 2020 marked with a global pandemic and economic downturn in many parts of the world (including my own).It was a year of political strife and division where a difference in opinion was often regarded as a difference in principle. It rarely is. Everyone will benefit—both sides—if we decide now to argue less and understand more. We need some life changing decisions