For many years, we’ve all created resolutions whether it’s to lose weight, make more money, get a new job, break off a relationship, or save money. Whatever the resolve, the purpose has been to make a positive change in our lives and even if you just change a little, it’s better than “no change,” right? Keep reading!
Speaking of “Change,” here is a resolution you may be interested in hearing:
Our economy has been so rough, most didn’t make resolutions this year, because we’re busy paddling our arms to stay ahead of the debt monster; we’re trying to keep our houses, spend time with our families, hold onto our vehicles–just hold onto what we have. I have a truth for you.
The truth is, every single person has 24 hours in a day, who is on this planet–Donald Trump, Oprah Winfrey, the person running the laundromat, the clerk at 7-11, and you. The biggest difference is how these people spend their days. Do they wait on someone else, or do they step out of the shadows, risk others disagreeing with them, and move to a place where they can make a difference? And most importantly, where are you?
You may have chosen not to make a New Year’s Resolution aloud, but it’s never too late to promise yourself you’ll do better. Any resolution anyone else makes to you is “air” compared to the one you make to yourself. If you haven’t made one, I challenge you to close your eyes right now and ask yourself what the most important change you can make this year is! And remember, any change you make is always a great start–just make a great finish, too!
Until next time, Happy New Year!