Write the vision
And make it plain on tablets,
That he may run who reads it.
For the vision is yet for an appointed time;
But at the end it will speak, and it will not lie.
Though it tarries, wait for it;
Because it will surely come,
It will not tarry.
My dear fellow Proverbs 31 women in progress,
I hope you’re fine and that you are growing in wisdom and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Today, I’ll talk about the goals I’ll have for 2020. As I already explained in a former post, your goals must be put in writing, so that you might be able to review them easily.
As Christian women, we should be women of substance, discipline and vision. Don’t forget to include them in your daily/monthly/annual routine!
Write down your S-M-A-R-T goals
As you know by now if you follow my blog, your goals must be SMART:
S for Specific
M for Measurable
A for Action-Oriented
R for Realistic
T for Time-Bound
You will find more detailed explanations of each characteristics in this post.
My main goals for 2020
I’ll give you the main picture of what I intend to do this year; but I’ll keep a monthly S-M-A-R-T on my Notepad. I’ll also keep you posted of the evolution of my goals mid-year and at the end of the year.
I have identified many areas for my goals:
- Professional life
- personal development
My spiritual life
I encourage you to have spiritual goals because the Lord is the source of everything and He is the One you gives us strength to accomplish everything.
My goals for this area include the faithful accomplishment of daily spiritual disciplines such as prayer, fasting, charity, reading the Word of God, going to Church and meditation.
I consider health as one of the most precious gifts that the Lord gives us while we are on pilgrimage on this earth. Therefore, I decided to leave bad habits behind, especially on eating and exercise habits.
I want to offer my body as a living sacrifice to the Lord and stop considering my body as a trash can. That’s why my goals for this area include drinking more water, eating healthier foods, exercising 6 days a week and stop yo-yo dieting.
My relationships and family life
If you have a great relationship with your family and friends, then your life will be funnier and fuller. That’s why I resolved not to neglect my family and friends anymore and to call them or see them at least once a week.
My professional life
As I’ll begin a new job this year, my main goal will be to keep this job. However, I also intend to start a side hustle to be more independent in the future. I have several ideas for that. I truly want to be a boss like the Proverbs 31 woman.
My personal development
This area involves everything related to my evolution as a human being and as a woman. For this year, I want to learn a new language, to travel in at least two countries and to continue to evolve in my cooking and decoration abilities.
Last but not least, my goals for my finances involve saving money, investing at least 15% of my revenue every month and to get at least 3 streams of income this year. You can find more explanations on streams of income favored by the Proverbs 31 woman in this post.
Always pray about your goals and execute them faithfully. The Lord will reward you for your faithfulness and your discipline. And don’t forget what our Lord Jesus told us:
He who is faithful in what is least is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in what is least is unjust also in much.
Well, that’s all for today! What are your goals for 2020? Do you have other areas besides the ones I have listed in this post? Don’t forget to leave your comments below!
And, as usual, stay blessed!
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