Did you make that New Year’s resolution to lose weight? Are you still following that New Year’s resolution? Frustrated that you can’t lose weight? Tried all those MLM products that promised you less pounds on the scale yet took more money out of your pocket?
It is not uncommon for people who carry this mucoid substance in their guts to have health problems that include: obesity, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, leaky gut syndrome, headaches, nausea, lethargy, diarrhea, osteoarthritis, and so on.
As the 2008 year comes to a close, it’s easy to reflect on certain events. Many people find themselves thinking about the things they didn’t get done during the year as a new year draws close. With all of the promise that a new year brings, resolutions also come into play. You find many people vowing to do better in the coming year than they’ve done in the past. A very popular New Year’s resolution is to lose weight. You find that right after the holidays, people are feeling especially fat. The start of a happy new year 2019 is the start of new beginnings. People vow to eat better, work out more and watch their calories so that they’ll have the body they want by the summer.
It’s also nice to hire yourself a real estate agent. In the summer, you tend to go on a lot of trips and you are probably going to be out of town a lot. When a big buyer rolls around and offers you an offer, but you are in Hawaii, how horrible is that going to be? They may want to see the house right now but you just can’t do it. This is why a real estate agent is so handy. They will do all of that for you.
Tailor the workshop to the economy. In other words, acknowledge the problem. So if your workshop is about helping women over 50 live their dreams, change it to Living Your Dreams Over 50 … Even When the Economy is Down. Or make it about finding your dreams after being laid off, or managing fear while pursuing your dreams in a poor economy. Your fundamental message doesn’t have to change … you just dress it up in slightly different clothing.
Goal setting has a very important component that is missed by many. And it is very simple. That component is to write the goals down. And secondary to that it is to have them at your finger tips, not in a drawer somewhere. Just like budgets don’t work unless they are reviewed and monitored, goals need to be a working instrument. You need to review them, adjust them, and work them into your monthly, weekly and daily task lists.
Share the Gospel. It is what we are here on earth to do. Make it a priority this year to share the Good News and show your concern for the spiritual welfare of those you come in contact with.