Happy New Year!
May your journey into 2020 be filled with growth and excitement, as you continue your efforts to live your very best life and achieve your full potential!
Best wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season, as you look ahead with hope and optimism to the year and decade ahead.
As year-end approaches, people are thinking about their resolutions for the New Year. How can you increase the likelihood that your resolutions will be successful? By getting clear and focused on what's important to you; that will provide fuel to keep you passionate and motivated.
The following reflections will help you gain clarity and get focused on what's really important to you.
The Christmas season offers a great opportunity for fun, festivities, and family, but the holidays can also leave you feeling tired and worn out as you head into the New Year. January 24th is considered the most depressing day of the year, but the entire month of January can be hard to get through if you're feeling low, sluggish, and burned out.
The following tips will help you stay on track throughout the holidays, so you can be at your best and truly enjoy the season—without crashing afterwards.
A lot of people know they need to take action to achieve their goals, but struggle with moving from "knowing" to actually "doing" something concrete. Day after day, they tell themselves they need to do something. But day after day, they continue with their usual routine, and nothing changes.
Are you hesitant to set specific goals for yourself? Do you have a goal in mind, like eating better or getting more organized, but you're struggling to make that first move? Or do you find that your biggest hurdle is following through?
The following tips will help you strengthen your resolve and build the necessary momentum to carry you forward.
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