How often has setting a New Year’s Resolution worked for you?
A new year’s resolution is one of the most popular forms of reflection and visualization practices in the world. It’s a noble endeavor that can be healthy to embrace. We imagine ourselves stronger, better, more complete. Visualization makes us feel mighty, like we can accomplish anything! The problem with a resolution is the same as any form of visualization practice– without backing it up with action a resolution amounts to little more than wishful thinking. How can you stop your resolution from fading away and finally make real change happen in your life?
What does it take to give truly thoughtful gifts?
Though we love to do it, gift giving can be incredibly stressful. Even with a plan, we always find a way to cast doubts on our choices. When the slippery slope of questions start the gift we’re so sure of gets put back on the shelf. We resign ourselves to spending hours wondering around stores second guessing every new choice, until frustrated and tired we settle on a gift card. We reason with ourselves that while this is not one of the most thoughtful gifts, at least they’ll get something they really want.
What do you do when you’re feeling overwhelmed?
Feeling overwhelmed is a common problem that can strike at any moment. As demands roll in from all directions this productivity killing monster often rears it’s ugly head. At first it’s not so bad. We feel busy, challenged, maybe even a little excited that we have so much to do. There’s a catch though. If busy goes on for too long or if tasks pile up too high the excitement quickly turns into despair, action into inaction. But what can we do?
Taking the year in 90 day increments changes everything.
We believe it, and so does Todd Herman. That’s why Allen had to share their conversation. This man has spent 20 years helping people achieve the levels of success we all dream about! From professional athletes to executives and small business owners, he knows how to get results.