Have You Kept Any of Your New Year’s Resolutions?

newyearclockUsually I’m beating myself up by now.  Looking at that piece of paper that represents the new person I was going to become in the new year.  Well, maybe I’ll start this plan after the weekend, when the holidays are REALLY over, I tell myself.  Yeah, whatever.

But not this year!  Today, I feel great.  I made no New Year’s Resolutions.  Which means I’ve broken none of them yet.

Here’s why merck propecia I gave up on New Year’s Resolutions.  (and why you may want to also)  You can’t change overnight.  You fail to meet your resolutions every year because they require you to wake up on January 1 a new person.

Now maybe if you’re one or two things away from being perfect, this is attainable.  But let’s face it, most of us have things in amoxil buy generic levitra our business (and/or job), relationships, household, finances, personal habits . . . that we want to change.

And you can’t do it all at once.  Stop trying.  That’s why we fail so badly.  We neglect a resolution in one area of our lives and it has a domino effect.  The failure mindset creeps in.  Any chance of success in some other area is gone.

The arbitrariness of making all of these buy Amoxil generic fantastic changes at the stroke of midnight on December 31 also bothers me.  Of course, it can be a very appealing concept to those cheap ampicillin of us who struggle with procrastination.  Ever find yourself in November saying, “Next year, I’m going to . . .”  Or maybe even in October, September . . .

What’s wrong with right now?  Why put it off until the new year — which is meaningless timing to most resolutions?

Next year I’m going to get up an hour earlier and put an extra hour into writing articles to promote my website.  Why?  How about tomorrow I’m going to start getting up an hour earlier?

If you made resolutions, don’t throw them away.  If you didn’t, don’t feel like an unmotivated slug.  Either way, do this.  Determine what your ultimate goal for 2010 is.  This is likely something big, like quit your J-O-B and go full time in your home business.

Don’t take this assignment lightly.  This is not what your “dream” is for the year.  Make it a definable, attainable goal.  That doesn’t mean it can’t be a BIG goal.  A hard to reach goal.  But it must be something you feel is attainable.  Walking on the moon in 2010 probably isn’t realistic if you have zero training as an astronaut as of today.

Once you’ve determined your ultimate goal for 2010, we’ll talk about how to make it happen.

So relax, even if your two page list of New Year’s Resolutions has already been burned in your evening fire, there’s still plenty of time to make 2010 your best year ever.  And it won’t be as hard as all those resolutions made it feel.

JENNIFER HERNDON is a work at  home mom with three fabulous kids.  She has been enjoying the benefits of working at home for amoxil online online amoxil over 12 years.  Jennifer’s passion is helping others on the challenging and rewarding journey of entrepreneurship.  Take the first step by claiming your free copy of Jennifer’s mini-course, Seven Simple Success Steps.

Make 2010 your best year ever with Jim Rohn’s One Year Success Plan. Today is the right day to start your one year.

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