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Welcome to 2013. It’s going to be a year for ALL of us. I feel it in everything that’s happening around us.
As I planned out how I could serve to the maximum in 2013, I also reflected on 2012. Yes, I teach you to release your past so you can focus on acting on what you really want, what truly makes you happy. But it’s also important to give yourself some major props for the accomplishments I am sure you experienced this year. We don’t give ourselves enough credit (it’s something I even forget!) for the breakthroughs we have on an ongoing basis.
It’s resolution season! That means countless Big Plans will kick into action, positive changes will be made in lives everywhere, and thousands of freshly motivated joggers will take to the streets.
But here’s the problem most of us deal with: as January turns into February, and the New Year starts to lose a bit of its shine, we tend to lose sight of our bigger vision. Our progress wanes, we start eating junk food again, and our running shoes begin to gather dust once more.
This isn’t just an issue that starts on January 2nd, though. It’s something most of us struggle with year-round.
“Robyn asks: “I noticed the one thing that’s stopping me from moving forward is that I start to take action… but then I stop. I know what I’m supposed to be doing, but then I don’t do it. How do I stay in constant action?”
This frustrating tendency can drive a lot of people away from chasing what they want. But in 2013, that won’t be you. Watch the video now to learn a few great habits that will make this year your greatest ever.
How do you plan to stay focused on your intentions for the next 365 days (and beyond)? What sort of goals are you gonna set & knock out of the park? Leave a comment and tell me all about it, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m stoked to hear from you!