New Year’s Resolutions Don’t Work – Try This Alternative

27 Dec

Why A New Year’s Theme Works Better Than A Resolution

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New Years resolutions seem like good ideas – set giant, ambitious goals for your next year of life. But it has a lousy 10% success rate and that’s because 90% of resolutions are poorly thought out and bigger than the person can handle (right now). Expectations are placed too high, resulting in dwindling motivation as you fall short.

ONLY CHOOSE THREE OR FOUR MAJOR INTENTIONS OR GOALS FOR THE YEAR

This can be a very refreshing way to approach a New Year, especially for those of us who are tired of making the same resolution every year.

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Significant intentions and goals take time to achieve, and a year flies by, so you have to FOCUS. It might ache a bit to put some intentions on the back burner. The momentum and satisfaction you’ll gain from pulling off just a few amazing endeavors will far outweigh anything you could gain from doing a bunch of things halfway.

Set out to do three or four things this year with gusto and excellence, rather than doing a dozen things just sufficiently. Trust me on this.

CHOOSE LESS IF YOU NEED TO

Keep this really simple. The Key is…

WHAT ARE YOU MOST EXCITED ABOUT?

This is about what lights you up the most. It’s about what thrills you the most.

Out of your various intentions or goals, what are you the most enthusiastic about? Enthusiasm is a special emotion. It tends to stir up and carbonate all other positive feelings.

How would you feel if you died without doing this?  That’s what you should do!

Happy New Year!!! Make it a GREAT & WONDERFUL year!

pink lips WITH SIGNITURE words above it

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