’Tis the season of setting big goals and resolutions for ourselves.
But if you're like many people, doing this might not really resonate with you—or really help you live the life you want. You aim too big or too small. You don't reach the goal by the time you wanted and feel disappointed in yourself. Or you just generally feel stressed out about achieving those goals—and it's no fun.
Danielle LaPorte felt the same way—until she discovered an amazing new way to go about living the life she wanted. Instead of creating a list of things she wanted to do this week, this quarter, or in her life at large, she decided how she wanted to feel and based all of her decisions off of that. In the video below, she explains how you can go about setting your own "core desired values" and living a life with less stress and more of what you love.
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