Goals

Last week, I read about developmental goals for children ages 0 to 48 months and how parents can help babies achieve developmental goals, specifically in the areas of socio-emotional and brain growth. Do you know you can help your child become a socially adept human and stimulate your baby’s brain development from the very moment you hold him or her? Goals guide our expectations.

As we begin the last quarter of the year, I plan to revisit my goals for the year, reflect on my growth and God’s faithfulness all year long. A new goal was added to my list last month and I am thrilled to accomplish it. It will take a lot of sleepless nights, dedication, family support, and most importantly, God’s favor.

Do you have unmet goals for the year? Are you thinking of adding more to your goals? It’s not too late to start working on them. Stay optimistic, dream big, be diligent, and trust God to help you!

The soul of the sluggard craves and gets nothing, while the soul of the diligent is richly supplied.

Proverbs 13:4

6 thoughts on “Goals

  1. Even with our goals it takes faith. When we connect everything to Him rather it be our realtionships, careers, finances etc.. He perfects those things which concerns us. We have to believe that He will help us knowing that it’s only by his power we can acheive our goals. When I delight myself in Him His goals become my goals and anything that belongs to God He takes care of and makes sure it’s successful.

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