Saturday, December 31, 2011

New Year's comes at a strange time of year

New Year’s comes at a strange time of year. 
Some people use the time to celebrate good fortune and some use the time to say good riddance. The New Year always holds promise, and hope. People are determined their dreams will no longer be deferred, their wishes fulfilled and somehow, this year will be the best one ever.
You can adopt this thinking any day of any month. It doesn’t have to be right after coming down from a holiday high when your souped up with sugar or laden with the weight of extra big meals.
Chances are everyone around you is talking about what they want to do, have or be in the New Year, so you might as well use that collective energy as a springboard.
There’s no shortage of tips and programs to help you achieve your goals. Google my name and you’ll come across a few that I hope you’ll pursue, but it’s the last day of the year, so here’s something quick:
Step One: Know what you want.
Step Two: Take action, right now.
Step Three: Notice if it’s working. 
Step Four: If it’s not working, try something else.
Follow the steps above and you’ll accomplish more in 2012 then you did in 2011. 
Enjoy your celebration, in whatever way is meaningful to you. Work hard, 2012 will have challenges and setbacks, but if you stay focused I’m confident you will have a very Happy New Year.