Let me ask you, does this sound like you?
“Every New Year, it’s the same thing.
With every good intention, and a promise that this year will be different, I set my New Years’ Resolutions, and Goals, absolutely certain that I will be successful. I begin well, day 1 … day 2 … and then slowly the odd thing starts to distract me, my focus taken elsewhere, my attention no longer on me, and my success. Until January draws to an end, and the promises I made to myself are just a distant memory.
Ah well, I have next year, right?”
Don’t let that old story replay out this year
This year, have goals so inspiring that you are willing to give up other things you once found entertaining.
The major reason most people are not creating the life they want is because they aren’t creating the life they want.
The goals they have set for themselves aren’t their own goals; they are someone else’s. No wonder they don’t follow them up with any energy.
The only explanation for people not applying the right amount of effort is because their goals are too small.
When you are excited, you use fear, effort, and energy.
You only fail in life or business when you quit, and you only come up short when you don’t exert the right amount of energy.
Perhaps your were told you to be practical, or told to set attainable goals. Your teachers perhaps, excluding the exceptional one or two, enforced mundane orders of classroom conformity.
This leaves the average person living hand to mouth and this is why your New Years resolutions have never worked.
Trade in your resolutions for goals that are unreasonable, unattainable and that stretch you beyond average and ordinary.
Take a few minutes and ask yourself these questions:
What thing have you always been passionate about and willing to do for no pay?
What would you be willing to travel across the country in order to talk to someone about?
Will your friends label you “crazy” for the pursuit of this goal?
Find that thing that you are obsessed with and then make that your life purpose, not just a simple resolution. Every extraordinary person you know was an ordinary person that became obsessed with some crazy, greater, unachievable goal—and refused to let go of it.
This is not the time for resolutions, small thinking, or to seek approval from your peers. Take this time to reset your life with massive goals that are consistent with the hidden potential you have been denying yourself. Great people do great things; not because they are great, but because they refuse to be average.
Regardless of your story, there is a greater potential in you. The greatest grief of your life will not be the loss of family members, friends or loved ones, but the loss of your own purpose.
Give yourself the greatest opportunity to not only HAVE your best year yet, but to also enable the creation of your best life, and RESET YOUR LIFE TODAY because 2019 is YOUR Year!
Wishing you a Happy, Healthy and Abundant 2020. Let’s do this together!