We are halfway through 2022 😮.
Do you remember your New Year’s resolutions?
Maybe you do but fell off track in February. Maybe you set the same New Year’s resolutions every year but never seem to achieve it.
Lose 20 pounds. Stay consistent in a workout plan. Create better work-life balance by spending more time with your kids and less time stressing about work. Change your charting so you can overcome nurse practitioner burnout.
If you have not achieved your New Year’s goals, no worries! You still have 6 months left! You can get back on track!
Let me ask you this, where do you want to be in 6 months from now?
Do you want to have achieved your goal? Do you want to be stronger, tougher, more confident? Do you want to be better than you are today?
If you want to be better, act like the person you want to be 6 months from now. This is going to feel weird because you have not gotten to the next level yet. But when we create a mindset, make decisions, have more positive thoughts, this trains our subconscious minds that we have already achieved that goal.
What does your future self act like? Where do you work as a nurse practitioner and how do you feel about your job? Are you no longer a burned-out nurse practitioner? Did you create a work-life balance for yourself and your family?
If you are not where you want to be, what is holding you back? What kind of changes do you need to make in your personal or professional life to get you there? What habits should you focus on? How can a small change lead to massive results? What do you need to do to get where you want to be in 6 months?
Take some time to reflect on your life and where you want to go!
Then use the next 6 months of 2022 to get you there!
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