New Year’s Irresolutions


Does the Thought of News Years Resolutions leave you feeling like this?Image

After reading an article debunking the myth of how habits take 21 days to form, take heart there’s a better way to approach the new year and your business goals.

  • When January 1 rolls around, don’t attempt to change lots of things, focus on one small change that can make a big difference
  • Change can happen any time during the year – not just in January
  • Change doesn’t have to occur- if it ain’t broke don’t fix it – remember NEW COKE?
  • Don’t be fearful of change – especially by your critics.

So as you are pondering the possibilities of 2014, don’t forget

If you accept the expectations of others, especially negative ones, then you never will change the outcome.

Michael Jordan


One response »

  1. Excellent post, Lynn! As luck and synchronicity would have it, I was just writing my annual review for 2013 and heading into my plans for 2014. All four of your bullet points will provide me with some level-headed guidance as I sketch out my 2014 plans. Thanks for this and for all your very upbeat morning messages and lovely pictures on Facebook. I hope you have a splentabulous 2014! -Dana

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