So tomorrow is January 15th and statistically, it’s a pretty depressing day…
Because studies show that a staggering 95% of people who made a New Year’s “resolution” have either broken it, or given up on their commitment to resolve something in their life all together.
It’s not easy to change. It’s not easy to make the decision to break old patterns of thinking and acting through sheer force of will alone.
If it was, everyone would do it and there’d be no need for the ever expanding tonnage of personal development material out there.
But change is possible and the truth is, it’s the one thing standing between you and the life you want to have.
So, if like most of us, you’ve resolved to make some changes in your life so that your 2014 is better than your 2013 and your life can start trending up rather than spiraling down…
You have a decision to make…
Are you going to be “just another statistic” or are you going to dig deep and stick with your commitments long enough to see some results?
Ask yourself this question…
“What am I capable of?”
But before you answer, watch this short video clip…
Now, take a look at that question again…
What are you capable of?
Can you answer that question? Most of us can’t, because we really don’t know. Most of us have never really tested our limits. Most of us have never put the blindfold on and given it all we have before.
You are capable of more than you can possibly imagine. There is potential locked away inside of you you’ve never seen before.
But to reach that potential you have to go past what you think you’re capable of. You have to prove to yourself that you’re not giving up this time and force your true abilities to the surface.
I believe you can do it! And if one of your goals it to better your financial situation in 2014, I believe you’re in the right place, right here, right now.
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To your ultimate success in 2014,
🙂 Trisha Smith
PS… What resolutions have you made this year and how do you plan to keep them? Let me know in the comments below…