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  • Writer's picturePeggy with Purpose


It is important to remember that growth and improvement can happen at any time of the year, not just on specific dates like January 1st. And if you're like me, and have a strong drive for personal growth and achieving your goals, I hope that you regularly assess your progress...

Late summer feels significant because we’ve past the midpoint of the year, and I begin to feel a sense of urgency to see the completion of my annual goals. This can be a good opportunity to reflect on what you've accomplished so far and reevaluate your approach for the rest of the year.

Not quite there yet, it’s ok! We have to give ourselves grace and flexibility, it's normal to face challenges along the way. Instead of feeling discouraged if some goals are not yet completed, focus on the progress you've made and the positive changes you've experienced. Celebrate the small victories and use any setbacks as learning opportunities to adjust your strategies.

As you move towards autumn and prepare to work on your goals for next year, make sure that you are setting goals that align with your purpose. Understanding who you are and why you do the things you do is important. This understanding has made a big difference in my attitude toward myself.

Ready to discover your true purpose? Tap into the Stress Mastery purpose exercise to get started on your journey to a more purposeful life. And if you prefer, you can contact me at to participate in this exercise over a phone or video call.

In the meantime, finish your year strong. It’s not too late!

Remember why you set the goal, what accomplishing it will mean to you and your family. Keep your ‘why’ in sight, and you will stay on track and motivated. Embrace the mindset that every day is an opportunity for growth, and by continuously striving to be your best self, you'll build a strong foundation for achieving your future goals.

Remember, self-improvement is a lifelong journey, and embracing the process of growth is just as important as reaching the end goal.

Stay committed, stay positive, and keep pushing forward towards becoming the person you were born to be.

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