So many people make New Year resolutions. So many fail to carry them out.Why?Think of a goal you have. Maybe a New Year resolution, or it may be a target you need to meet at work, or any other goal you are setting out to achieve.As you think of the goal, notice how you feel.
This is the last tip of the year, so Happy Christmas and have a great 2019! Somehow the turning of a calendar page prompts us to look back and to look forward. I was thinking about this and then saw this quote from Simon Sinek... "It's dangerous to perceive the world through only one
How has 2017 been for you? A roller coaster ride, or a more predictable ride on the carousel? When you started the year, which did you want? It's worth starting to think about 2018 and what you want from it. Even though you can't see what's coming, you CAN influence what turns up. One thing
The clock turns again, and yet another year begins. Many of us decide to do things differently in the New Year because we have surveyed our lives and drawn up a list of work to be done and faults to be fixed. What would it be like instead to survey your life, not looking for
The clock turns, and yet another year draws to a close. Take a moment and reflect. These questions will help you with next year. What significant things happened for you in 2016? Who inspired you during the year? What was your biggest achievement? What new friendship blossomed? From here, where you are now, to where?