New Year Resolutions suck. Do this instead.
Frankly, I think New Year Resolutions are bullshit. They’re typically born from a place of failure, hurt, and self-abuse. And they set you up for more of the same.
I just set a theme and decide what I want to learn this year. I also tune into what’s ready to happen. And EVERYTHING gets accomplished. It just happens. Every year. Without forcing or failure.
Setting a theme is like choosing a flavor for the year. A context. What the year will be about. It’s not a fixing thing. It’s a growing thing.
Leverage was my theme for two years running: more than doubled my income the first year, drastically reduced my workload (and maintained my income) in year #2.
Today I cracked open my Financial Alchemy workbook for 2014, and came up with my theme (page 43). This year I’m focusing on Self-Love: that’ll be my theme for 2014. Everything that matters stars there. Health. Relationships. Business. Happiness.
What is YOUR theme for the year? 🙂
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Hi Margaret. It can be hard and scary to be at the “lowest ebb.” I’ve been there. Sometimes it’s like allowing yourself to hit the bottom of a swimming pool: when you’re at the bottom, you have something to push against to change direction and move up.