Goal Setting and Attainment in Your Personal Year

As many readers know, we all have a unique number profile with permanent vibrations that are with us all our lives, and play an important role in shaping our destiny. We also have temporary vibrations.  Every year throughout our entire journey we cycle through the numbers 1 to 9. Sometimes our personal year will be a master number, for example we may have an 11 year instead of a 2, or a 22 year instead of a 4, but we will continue to move through that nine year cycle. Your personal year, which begins on your birthday, will shape your focus and your experiences for a full year, and its impact will be felt in your career life, relationships, and finances, and in your health and vitality.

This month I’m going to show you how your personal year is likely to affect the way you set goals, take action, and achieve results.

Calculate your personal year by adding the number of your month and day to the number 6 if your last birthday was in 2013 and the number 7 if you have already had your birthday for this year.

You will likely have a two digit number. If that is the number 11, 22, or 33, you are finished adding. If not, you need to add those two digits together until you get a single number. Again, your personal year begins on your birthday and continues until your next birthday.

These are the ways that your personal year will affect goal attainment:.

1 Heightened mental and physical activity as you seek to reinvent yourself and take new directions. Put careful planning into your goal setting. Avoid being impulsive, and make sure that you can carry through to the finish line. This is a marathon, not a sprint.

2 A good year to hold your ground, and consolidate gains and progress made in your 1 year.  Flesh out the details, follow intuitive guidance, and remain receptive to assistance from a few individuals who have earned your trust. Team up with an accountability partner.

3 Things that you hear from external sources will seem to require response and action on your part. Distractions abound. Too many goals are essentially no goals. Stay connected with your goals by narrowing them down, and stay focused by writing them out regularly.

4 Setting a goal is like making a promise to yourself. This is your anti-procrastination year! It’s all systems go as you apply patience, self-discipline, and concentrated effort to turn your goals into incremental action steps, and your action into positive results. (Many people in a 4 year have health related goals.)

5 You may break free from something that is holding you back. You meet many new people and have opportunities to bring others on board. Self-discipline is not easy. Stay on target with your goals by setting up strategies and a system of rewards for incremental steps.

6 Team work is required. Be thorough in your planning and action steps. You must keep promises and finish everything you begin. Some personal goals may be placed on a back burner in order to bring about the highest good for everyone.

7 Goals in the area of personal spiritual growth may proceed well, but in most other areas progress seems slow and obstacles may arise. Don’t force anything along. Delays serve you. Use this time to set up and review systems, and to plan and strategize for the coming year.

8 All systems go! Due diligence is required, and the finish line is in sight. Career, financial and athletic goals move along quickly. Support and necessary resources are available. Positive thinking reaps rewards, Become a master of the “inner game”.

9  Allow ideas and goals to “germinate” for most of your year. Initiate action no sooner than at least four months before your next birthday if not closer. Pay attention to your emotions and go with plans and goals that truly make you happy. Some of your plans may be interrupted by a need to assist others.

11 This year brings truth and clarity. You become more passionate about your hopes and dreams and more firm in your convictions. This can be a good time to articulate your needs and gain support.

22  Refine your vision, and turn it to reality. Most of what you undertake will be successful, particularly when it brings benefit to others. Here you have the emotional/partnership theme of 2, along with the concentration and self discipline of 4, and the added drive of 22.

33 A year of communication and expression, combined with added responsibilities. You find ways to connect with others who have similar goals, and may need to put some of your plans on hold in order to serve the greatest good.

Regardless of which numbers are dominant in your personal numerology profile, you can open your mind and heart to the blessings, of each of the numbers and learn to use their energy in positive, life-enhancing ways.

(If you would like to see how your personal year number affects weight loss goals, please send an e-mail to info@gotyournumber.ca with the subject heading weight loss goals.)

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