But then the same questions seem to come my way. The most common is where should, shall, can, how to go? Now that is very hard for me to answer for you as I am not you. My answers for these questions are mine not yours. How can I help you pick the best place for you? Usually by my asking questions. What are your goals? Most people only think of goals as lifelong plans. But every day every action needs to have goals. Today I will write my newsletter, do a few chores and meet my friend for an event and dinner. Goals help us accomplish things. So using goals for a holiday is just as important.
In order to find your goals you need to ask yourself questions. Once you have answered the W words: when, where, who, how much, why… you may know your goals. We often have already answered these questions instinctively but not clearly articulated. That is where I come in to help clarify your random thoughts. One of my suggestions may be making a long list of the places and things you want to see and do or not do. Then we narrow them down to an interesting itinerary. That is the fun part for me.
As winter is approaching, you may be considering a beach holiday. Well, these need goals too. For example; how can I learn to unwind? may be one. Or how can I learn to scuba dive? And etc.
By asking yourself lots of questions you will find the answers, then we can begin!
So what are your goals for the next holiday? Give me a call to help you formulate your thoughts!
PS This subject came from a neighbor who likes to hike. On each hike, she and her hiking partner set goals for the hike. Afterwards, they evaluate the goals and if they are met, the hike seems even more wonderful. We all can do the same every day and every holiday.