Sunday, 1 January 2012

Happy Feast Day!

Happy Feast Day!!!

Happy Feast Day, on this Eighth day of Christmas, on the feast of Mary Mother of God! May this year be full of joy and happiness for you and your loved ones this year!

This is the time of year where most of the world sets resolutions for itself in the hopes that these resolutions will help them become better persons. So as a Certified Life Coach, it is my pleasure to offer you the following tips for keeping your resolutions for this year:

Number one: Set no more than 5 major goals or resolution for yourself this year. When you set more than five all of a sudden things start to seem unattainable.  

Number two: Write them down, and say them aloud each day. There is a psychological effect of putting something down in effect you are entering into a contract with yourself. There is also something to be said about hearing your goals said aloud...just thinking positive is not enough sometimes

Number three: Do one thing every day that brings you closer to your goal. It takes three weeks of doing something everyday to become a habit, and it take three hundred repetitions for a habit to become an automatic response.

Number four: Keep track of your progress in a journal. I always recommend shopping around for a nice journal you would want to write in. At the end of each day write down: one thing that you did to  bring you closer to your goal, and three things that you are grateful for. 

Number five: Adopt a "Be" attitude not a wanna be attitude. If you spend your time "wanting to be" than all you are ever going to do is become a wanna be. So instead of wanting to live healthier, Live healthier!

You will become the average of the five people you hang around with the most. If you find yourself surrounded by people who have great dreams, but never seem to go out to achieve them, sometimes that means you need to spend sometime finding, and hanging around people who set and reach their goals. 

The key to becoming successful is not to reinvent the wheel, but to clearly identify your definition of success, find someone who is living your definition, and then do what they did to get there.

Happy new year from our family to yours

TiPSI Dad and Co.

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