One-Word Resolution Vs New Year Resolutions
It’s almost the new year! Do you set New Year Resolutions? I have made resolutions for years! Have you heard of One-Word Resolution?Get Started Right
January is a time when many individuals set goals and decide to make changes that will improve their lives. Unfortunately, by February their plans are often abandoned long before success is reached. The result can be disappointment mixed with self- disgust.Our Biggest Regrets, What Will Yours Be?
If you were lying on your deathbed, what do you think would be your biggest regret in life? Would you have no regrets at all? A palliative care nurse wrote a book about her unique insight into the final weeks of people’s lives – she noticed there were 5 regrets that came up over and over again. The top 5 regrets may not be what you’d think.So What Are You Going to Do Now?
It’s the end of the year. Is December 2016 going to look the same as December 2015 or are you going to set some goals and actually pursue them? Are you going to live a life of mediocrity or do you have a vision and plan for more?Engage The Power of The Possible to Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions
Write down your New Year’s resolution. Write all the reasons why this resolution is possible. Go for at least 10 reasons, 20 is even better. Keep your list handy so you can see it every day. Whenever you don’t succeed in the moment or struggle with your resolution, review your list. Affirm to yourself all your “possibles.” Get into that “anything is possible” mindset, and go for it.