Come on and admit it. You still make New Year’s Resolutions and you are thinking about your New Year’s Resolutions for 2013.
A new year and a new start. Seems almost too good to be true. Right?
Can you really keep the New Year’s Resolutions for 2013 that you recently made?
Did you keep the New year’s resolutions you made in 2012?
I think the secret for keeping the solutions you make is to make them realistic and not to just think about yourself.
No pie in the sky stuff; just realistic, attainable goals that you are willing to work towards.
Also, no wishy-washy stuff or items that you wish for anyway.
Each day, I wish for the continued health of my family so I don’t understand why that is part of so many people’s New Year’s resolutions
This is special.
I, for one, believe in the power of “thinking”.
What is the power of thinking, you ask?
That is when many people think the same thought and through some magical, unexplained force of nature, the thought become reality.
Wouldn’t it would be great if everyone would use one of their resolutions for some type of word cause?
Here are this author’s 3 New Year’s resolutions for 2013
1.) That the economy continue it’s recovery.
2.) My hope is that 2013 helps many American’s (myself included), achieve their goals of prosperity.
That’s it. The first 2 items will help so many and that, in turn, will yield positive results for so many.
Now mind you, I always maintain a “to-do list” and there is a personal list of 10 items I wish to attain, however those are not resolutions so I did not include them.
Wishing all of you a great year in 2013.