Long ago, I used to make New Year’s Resolutions, along with friends and co-workers. No examples come to mind, and I certainly have no memory of being spectacularly successful at achieving some goal due to making myself a promise at the beginning of a new calendar year.
In 1985, I was introduced to a new way of approaching this type of goal making, which was shared from an ancient tradition.
Please click Here to find what I discovered.
If you finished reading that post about creating goals on your birthday, have you consulted a calendar and figured which of the 7 phases you happen to be in right now?
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The resolution I feel comfortable making on any January 1st is the same I might choose to make any day:
I am willing to embrace each new day with gratitude and enthusiasm. If I don’t happen to feel especially enthusiastic and/or grateful, I am willing to pray for help to connect to enthusiasm and gratitude as I begin taking action for today.