New Year = New Beginnings

Out with the old and in with the new is a great motto to live by. The New Year can offer so much if you allow and open yourself to the abundance of blessings.

For anything to work at its optimal best, it begins with you. Use the New Year to bring the best out of you, but don’t wait until the New Year arrives, make your list now so you can start on January 1st. These are only suggestions. You know what you need to do…

What do you want to achieve in your personal life in the New Year?

– Read and study the Word more
– Love myself
– Lose weight
– Have more self-confidence
– Have more patience
Forgive more…and quicker!
– Be more discipline
– Be a better listener
– Be a better communicator
– Be more understanding
– Stop comparing myself to others
– Exercise more
– Be thankful
– Take care of myself more
– Spend more quality time with the kids
– Manage stress better
– Fulfill promises
– Be more assertive
– Be a leader
– Show and lead by example
– Learn how not to be so critical of others
– Learn how to accept compliments
– Learn how not to be so critical of myself
– Become a positive thinker; have a positive attitude
– Ask for help more often
– Stand up for Truth
– Show appreciation more
– Enjoy life more
– Accept what I can’t change and change what I can
– Delegate some responsibilities
– Be more aware of my spending habits
– Change or lose bad habits
– Trust God (He really does know what He’s doing!)
– Stay grounded
– Remove procrastination
Pray more
– Praise the Lord more
– Praise others
– Be an inspiration or motivator
– Don’t overload myself with more than I can handle
– Don’t worry about money so much
– Decrease your debt
– Practice what I preach
…and more

What do you want to achieve in your business/career in the New Year?

– Acquire more knowledge about ________
– Learn how to ________
– Re-examine your business and make changes
– Teach someone how to _______
– Take a step of Faith
– Attempt to take risks
– Speak at conferences, lead a conference
– Spend a little to make more in your business
– Make reachable goals
– Define your brand awareness or make it more clear
– Find a partnership
– Hire a Virtual Assistant
…and more

Change is good. It may be uncomfortable, it may take you beyond your comfort zone, but it’s the only way to grow and learn more about who you are and what you’re capable of handling. It’s never too late to make changes to better yourself.

For I know the plans I have for you,” says the LORD. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. – Jeremiah 29:11  (nlt)

What changes are you making? 

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