How to Reach Your New Year’s Resolutions (When You Feel Like Giving Up)

Did you promise yourself you’d do some pretty big things in 2018?

Of course you did.

Because you’re an entrepreneur, and we know no other way of life, fortunately!

And no matter how you feel about the cliche “New Year’s resolutions,” they’re really inevitable in some form.

But the holidays have passed and suddenly it’s time to turn all that easily found optimism into reality.

We’ve got to sit down and do the work.

And it doesn’t take long to realize that doing the work isn’t near as easy, as sexy, as inspiring as making all those glorious plans for a six figure business and a vacation every month lifestyle was.

Personally, I found myself with a pit in my stomach, scared, anxious, and doubting through most of New Year’s Day. All this at the mere thought of how much work there was to be done starting the next day.

Here’s the Good News

If you’re already feeling a little self-doubt about whether you can actually make it all happen, I have good news for you.

This doubt and fear is merely your subconscious mind acting the way it’s been programmed to act. Fortunately, and you can change that today

In today’s video I share with you how I was able to kick my fear to the curb the next day using a simple, back to basics process that should form the structure of your daily work habits.

Spend four minutes with the video and ten minutes implementing it in your business, and you’ll be back on track.

In fact, you’ll probably find that you’ve underestimated what you can accomplish this year!

And that by following this sage piece of advice from Jim Rohn, who says that “success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day,” you’ll go farther in 90 days this year than you did all of last year.

Let me know how you get along. I’m here to support you on your journey (and I need and appreciate your support too!)

P.S. You may want to have a look at my “forget New Year, New You” advice too, just in case you’ve gone a little overboard with your New Year’s resolutions.

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