Monthly archive - January 2012

NEW LIFE RESOLUTIONS – Part 2. – 8 things you must resolve to do in order to immediately start living a more fulfilled life

WARNING. This is not about New Year resolutions. This is not a plan to lose weight, find love or change your fashion wardrobe, quit smoking or save more money. It’s not to say that New Year’s resolutions are bad…it’s just that people spend time and energy fighting the rats in their lives but don’t take the trash out. What you are about to read is not meant to be a 3 month motivational high that helps you do great things in the first quarter of the year and like an energy drink, leave you with a massive crash in the second quarter. This is more than that. What you about to read are perhaps the most important resolutions you must make to add fulfillment to your life beyond the “get in shape, save more, quit smoking, find love, do better in school etc” type of goals. Inside the timeless resolutions you’ll read below are some powerful keys to getting in shape, financial success, breaking bad habits and yes…finding love but more importantly, will help you live a fulfilled life.  Some of these LIFE resolutions are going to take some thought and creativity, and some of them will take time to turn into your personal culture. Either way, do these things and they might just be your ticket to that “fulfilled” life. Read more

NEW “LIFE” RESOLUTIONS- Part 1. – Why personal goals and resolutions fail, and what you should do about it.

Every year, gazillions of people scamper to determine their New Year resolutions. They proudly talk about it at the water cooler at work, they tweet about it, and they put it on their refrigerators. Lose weight, have more fun, meet more people, be more spiritual, save more. Cute. Unfortunately, “Cute” doesn’t get things done.  Why is it that people fail so miserably with New Year resolutions?Why is it that people have the same resolutions year after year? Maybe the goals weren’t realistic? or maybe the person didn’t have the capacity to accomplish? Well, maybe.Both of these are right but there is one thought process that people subconsciously ignore and it stabs them in the back. It’s dangerous, its mean and it’s very very sneaky. Read more