The New Year is Meaningless

I know that January 1st isn’t magical, but it’s still effective in spurring people into action. Perhaps the secret to achieving goals, creating habits, catalyzing change, and improving oneself is in making the mundane magical.

Even though the new year is an arbitrary and meaningless date on the calendar, and even though the year 2020 is nothing more than coincidental numbers – you can still inject enough meaning into it to make it useful for creating the changes you want.

Reflecting on the Past Year

Reflecting on the Past Year: Questions to Ask Yourself

It’s that time again – to start reflecting on the past year and looking forward to the new one. During the holidays, it’s natural to look back and reflect. You think about the good times. You think about the bad times. Your successes. Your failures. When you reflect on the past with purpose, it’s transformational for your future.

How to Create Momentum in Your Life

Have you felt a little stagnant lately? Maybe life isn’t going the way you expect. Maybe you feel like you’re stuck in a rut. You know your life could be different. You just don’t know what to do next. Here are a few tips on how to build some momentum and move forward in your life.

Plan to Do Only the Most Important Things

Do you feel busy? Do feel like you’re doing a lot of things, but nothing really gets done? You’re doing a lot of hard work, but you’re not getting any closer to your goals. So you work harder. You’ve heard the phrase, “work smarter, no harder,” but it’s a little vague. Let me help clarify that for you. Do only a few things, the things that really matter, and eliminate everything else. In order to do that, you need to plan.

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