Did You Make The Right Choices In 2012?

Hello Everyone

For some of you 2013 has arrived and for many of you, it is only hours away….

Today is not the end of the world but it is the end of the year….. You have traveled a long road this past year. Did you do what was vital vs what was urgent or in many cases not even that important? Don’t make any New Year’s resolutions unless you have really thought them through. Failing over and over again is not good for you self esteem or reputation. Resolution means to resolve (to come to a definite decision) It does not mean to try, wish or hope. It means to do. Good luck selecting the right resolutions and getting them done. Start with the biggest problem you have. Fixing a big problem often resolves many other smaller problems you have with no additional effort. Try writing down the biggest problem in your life and staring at it. If you don’t know what your biggest problem  is, ask your boss, spouse or partner. They know. Be safe tonight and Happy New Year…Lee

resolution [ˌrɛzəˈluːʃən] n 1. the act or an instance of resolving 2. the condition or quality of being resolute; firmness or determination 3. something resolved or determined; decision

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  1. Love this Lee. Have always been a big goal setter and felt it was more important just to get your goals and dreams down for sake of clarity in life. To never sweat the fact that you have hundreds and hundreds of goals and there are more to be done than have been done. But resolutions are different. As you said if you can just choose the one next big thing that has the potential to change your life if changed and than “resolve” to do it. That committment makes all the difference! Thanks for the motivation.

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