There was nothing special about this teenager. She wasn’t most popular or most “likely to succeed“. Her grades were just sufficient to get her into Georgia Tech.
During her college freshman year, she focused on the events of her sorority, as do many 18 year olds. The results were grades not commensurate with keeping scholarship money. And Papa, who was footing the rest of the $12,000 plus per year bill, wasn’t happy.
Then it happened. She decided to change.
She quit the sorority, reduced non-academic distractions and focused on school.
- Her team won the Interdisplinary division at the GT Science Fair,
- She graduated with a degree in Biomedical Engineering, and
- She was offered an enviable position in the executive development program for a national company.
And it all started with a decision.
In January many people create lists of resolutions they hope to accomplish during the coming 12 months.
- Some are wishes;
- Some are dreams;
- Some are broken and discarded before the ink is dry.
Some resolutions are life and relationship changing, driven by passion.
What are you driven to accomplish this coming year? Have you written these down in a place where they’ll constantly remind you of their importance?
Which of your goals and resolutions will make your relationship great?
I encourage you to find two romantic goals:
- Ones which would improve the relationship between you and your sweetheart,
- Things you’re passionate to accomplish,
- Goals which inspire you.
When you choose these type of romantic goals and resolutions, you’ll be driven to accomplish them. The impact on your relationship will be significant.
So what is your romantic goal or goals? You can share them with me here. Robert