Thursday, December 30, 2010

Set Good Intentions


We're on the brink of a New Year and it's traditionally a time for looking back and looking forward.

Whatever milestones you've reached in 2010, chances are you'll want to do even better in 2011.

Before you start focusing on your New Year resolutions, consider this:


"You are today where your thoughts have brought you;
you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you."

-James Allen

In other words, what you think creates your reality.

Start your New Year with good intentions.

Make your resolutions doable and achievable.

If you dream big, and have major goals to accomplish, focus on the step-by-step action. Little-by-little, what you desire can become reality by focusing your intention.

Making resolutions for the New Year isn't about making a list and then doing nothing. You need to take action every day. You need to keep your thoughts firmly on what you wish to achieve.

Results come with time, focused thought, and focused effort.

So, as you look to the year ahead, set resolutions that mean something to you. Be the change you wish to see.

And be careful what you wish for. You never know, it may just come true!

Have an amazing 2011!

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