Happy New Year! I know it’s a day early, but I need to get it out of the way now before I get too lazy to post this. I enjoy the start of a new year because I look at it as another beginning. Another chance to get things right. Another opportunity to complete goals that will ultimately improve our quality of life.
I don’t do New Year’s resolutions, but I do carry with me momentum from the previous year. New Year’s Day is the day I hit the acceleration — the day I push harder toward my goals. For example, my new book will probably be published by the end of January. I did the same thing last year with my previous book. Coincidence? Not really — I made a strong effort to complete them at the end of those years, so I can come into the new ones with an advantage. Books I could publish immediately if I wanted to.
Who knows, maybe this momentum will help me write blogs on a consistent basis (don’t laugh too hard). Basically, what I’m saying is that we should take advantage of the New Year. If you have a job, most likely you will have that day off anyway. Use it to set goals. Use it to complete something you didn’t finish the previous year. Use it as a starting point on your road to greatness!