It’s official ~ Happy New Year 2014!
For some folks, that means making New Year’s Resolutions. Yet, the vast majority of folks who make New Year’s Resolutions fail at accomplishing them. In fact, many MAKE them knowing full well they will never keep them.
Personally, I stopped making New Year’s Resolutions years ago. Instead, I review my year in the week between Christmas and New Years, and open mind to the possibilities for the New Year. I am constantly reviewing and renewing my goals based on my newly updated discoveries and preferences, and setting new intentions. As the intention becomes clear, I write down my ideas and develop my own powerful customized affirmations.
As I accomplish a goal, I retire the affirmations and create new ones. I don’t wait for a New Year to retire old affirmations and create powerful new ones, or even to tweak the ones I am using. As a result, by the time the end of the year rolls around, I have a lot accomplished by the end of the year.
What about you ~ what works for you? Do you make New Year’s Resolutions? Do you write them down or declare them out loud? How successful have you been making and keeping them? Share what works for you in the comments below.