Jim Rohn Personal Development – Mastering the Art of Investing

Re-Evaluating Your Priorities for the New Year

At the start of the year, we set new resolutions that are in line with our priorities. There is a need to re-evaluate these priorities so you can set goals for yourself.

Be Who You Want To Be in 2013

With the New Year comes a new set of challenges, goals and changes for a better life. Many people choose this time of year to set new goals for themselves – things they would like to change or improve in the coming year.

What Is Your Personal Promise?

When I work in my business, I write down a Product Promise for every article I write, blog post I post, information product I create and any service I provide. It occurred to me that I could also write a personal promise for my aspects of my life – what I give to myself and what I give to others.

Who Do You Need to Be?

Happy new year to you, and happy birthday to me! Today is my birthday and One thing I love about having a birthday just after the new year is that it truly makes me feel that I have a clean slate to start from, a fresh chance and whole year to reach my goals.

The Value Of Setting New Year Resolutions

A New Year resolution is so incredibly valuable as it has the perfect psychological platform- a fresh goal for a fresh new start. A new year signifies new beginnings for everyone. The New Year means you have an entire year’s span to tick everything off and look back to be proud of how much you did in this year: trust me when I say there is no better feeling. So, this year, don’t let the days, weeks and months fly under the radar AGAIN. Make an effort for your own gain.

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