What do you think about starting a new year with resolutions and goals?

Do you like to plan your year that way or do you prefer to just wing it?

We made a quick video talking about three simple (but powerful) questions you can use to set the stage for an amazing 2022.

You can watch it here.



Hi, I’m Dr. Chris Mullis with NorthStar Capital Advisors, and I’m here to help you launch 2022 with a great mindset.

In this video, I’m going to talk about three simple (but powerful) questions you can ask yourself to set the stage for an amazing year, even when so much around us is unpredictable and up in the air.

One question before we start: why set goals or intentions at all?

Sure, you could just show up and wing it, but if you’re watching this video, I bet you’re someone who wants more out of life.

And starting your year with a focus on where you want to go, is a great way to be more mindful of what you take on and how you spend your time.

What do you want more of this year?
Is it time? Travel? Experiences?
Commit them to paper.

How do you want to show up for your family, your friends, and your community?

Who is most important to you and how can you invest in those relationships?

What do you want to get better at this year? Personally? Professionally? Mentally? It’s all fair game.

As we close the door on 2021 and set the stage for 2022, there’s a lot that is beyond our control.

That’s why setting a direction is so critical: we can achieve incredible things by paying attention to what’s most important to us and intentionally focusing on improvement.

To throw a sports analogy at you: a player can’t control whether their team makes it to the championship, but they can improve their odds by perfecting a skill, improving their mental game, and supporting their teammates.

Thanks for watching. If you have a question about what I’ve discussed with you or you’d like to speak personally about what’s going on, please send me a message. I’ll respond personally.

Whatever 2022 holds, I hope it brings you joy, excitement, and prosperity.