The sad reality is not that fewer people achieve their resolutions that those who don’t; the sad reality is most people don’t even try!
We are approaching the last calendar month of 2018 and right now is the best time to reflect on our accomplishments from the past year and set the goals we want to keep pursuing from January: in order to fully master their ultimate potential for success and reap the seeds of their fertilization.
Having a successful year requires a commitment, active engagement, cohesive planning, and a hard rock motivation!
No one can make your life successful for you… and no one is responsible if you don’t take action and ownership: not your parents, not your spouse, not your boss, not your upbringing, or your financial situation.[find me on ig: ana_maria_georgie]
It is only up to us to dig into our minds and pull out the one Idea that will make us wake up every day with a purpose and joy. Ask your heart: “What do I want?”
Often, the answer ties to “time:” more time for yourself; more time for your family; more time to travel; more time to explore your passions? No, we don’t need more time for the things we love. We need less time for the things we don’t.
Choose what you truly, truly love doing and pursue it full heartedly. Success is just a natural outcome of hard work and passion for making a difference with your gifts.
Everything comes in a place when we are in an alignment with our soul purpose. When you have an Idea what you want in life, you start to become patient with your current circumstances… because you become aware that nothing is inalterable.
Of course, it is not wise to suddenly quit your job and start traveling the world, if you haven’t saved enough money for it…But it is a matter of attitude, discipline and preparation!
Once you have a plan for the things you want to achieve that bring you ultimate joy, you start showing up for the commitments you currently have with a different mindset: you start controlling your environment and not let it control you!
Statistics repeatedly remind us that the percentage of the world population that keeps their new year`s resolutions after their initial enthusiasm is, not surprisingly, quite low. The January craze is so short-lived because it doesn`t include a solid foundation that can continue creating the frame work of the intended goal once the “new year” motivation has subsided.
Creating a clear vision for the upcoming 365 days requires time for contemplation and a designated plan with a strategic structure for its execution. The reason why so many people report failing to keep their spontaneous (and heavily Media influenced) new year’s resolutions is because they create them on an impulse that tends to be voided of deep cohesive mind, body&soul connectivity to making it happen.
Nothing can deteriorates you from your path if you keep moving forward toward its success. It may take longer than intended but usually this gets divinely compensated by the added opportunities for growth we encounter by coping with the setbacks. As with everything, your mindset is in command to how it perceives experiences. There are no “good” or “bad” experiences, after all. Our subconscious mind declares them as such.
Hope you now feel inspired to write down all of your goals for next year in your journal/or on your phone and visualize what (changes) must be done on your part to make it happen.
No more time to wait. Let’s make this new year our time to be happy and love freely: ourselves, our friends, our partners, and those we meet. #2019D