What is the one thing you want to accomplish? Don't worry, this isn't about making the perfect New Years Resolution, it's about taking on just one challenge.
Maybe it's something off your 'bucket list,' or maybe it's something that you've been putting off. It could be something that you don't like about yourself, something that you know needs to change. Maybe it's doubling down on something you love about yourself.
The point is this - the first step is clarity.
Without clarity, another year will go by and you will be in the exact same place you are now, or you will wander aimlessly and may find yourself somewhere you don't want to be.
Decide what is worth pursuing. Then, write down what steps need to be taken to make it happen, put them in order, and put deadlines in your calendar.
Here's a real example: The mission of Caffeine and Kilos is to spread the message of a healthy and active lifestyle. With that in mind, we formed our 2020 Vision. Caffeine and Kilos is dedicated to creating informational and educational content in the coming year.
Steps and deadlines to make that happen:
1. Weekly informational blog articles accompanied by graphics for promote the information and spread the knowledge from the article. (we actually already started this...got too pumped up to wait till January!)
2. Monthly educational videos featuring industry experts.
By focusing on these steps, the process goals, we will clearly see and realize our 2020 Vision.
What is your 2020 Vision?
- Danny Lehr
CEO, Caffeine and Kilos
How Coffee and Weightlifting Are the Perfect Match
Most of us can’t imagine starting our morning off without a delicious cup of coffee. We depend on our brew to stir us awake and to get us ready for crushing the day ahead. However, coffee offers people more support than getting us out of bed. Thanks to its high antioxidant levels, this natural stimulant actually makes coffee and weightlifting a match made in fitness heaven.
December Coffee Of the Month: Black & Tan
We didn't create the December blend by layering Guinness stout and Bass ale, but the flavor notes lead us to sharing that name. Notes of creamy chocolate, black licorice and roasted almond make up this full bodied medium roast.