December is a month when we start to look ahead to next year and what we want to be, do and have in 2018. For many of us this will include setting some New Year’s resolutions.
Research done at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania found that less than 20% of people actually succeed in achieving their resolutions. There are several reasons for this and I’ll be addressing them in my seminars next year and teaching you how to overcome them.
One key reason relates to Greg McKeown’s quote. When we don’t purposefully and deliberately choose where to focus our energies and time, other people (bosses, colleagues, clients, friends, family members) will choose for us. The net result: before long we have lost sight of everything that is meaningful and important to us.
Once an Australian nurse called Bronnie Ware asked people who were dying what regrets they had. Number one on their list:
“I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.”
We can either make our choices deliberately or allow other people’s agendas to control our lives.
In our annual seminar on How to Make this Year Your Best Year Yet I’ll be teaching you how to prioritise your life and achieve more of what you want.
Registrations open soon.
"When people tell me 'You're going to regret that in the morning', I sleep in until noon because I'm a problem-solver!"
Here's to your success!
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