Resurrecting my thoughts for this New Year. Hope everyone has a 2014 full of love, peace and joy.
In fact, the whole New Year’s resolution premise is inherently flawed. You are not.
The premise is that you have to do something better and different next year, and it’s something that you’ve been struggling with this previous year. As if something about swiping your calendar to the next page is going to improve your resolve.
You’ve already been working on it, why create a promise to yourself that statistically speaking you’re likely to break?
Set yourself up for success instead. I wish to start a New Year’s Resolution Revolution. Instead of focusing on how we’re going to do better next year, we’re going to focus on, and be grateful for, how we are doing right now. I don’t know about you, but the people I know respond better to praise and encouragement than judgment and…
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