Treadmills in fitness centers will be crowded. But crowds disappear usually after the 2nd week of January.
The key: Do not make new year resolutions. They’ll be forgotten and neglected. Make daily resolves instead. Create a routine and stick to it. Then watch your life begins to change and improve.
2019 offers opportunities, challenges, temptations and distractions. Let’s commit now that we will learn and explore new opportunities, carry a positive disposition to meet challenges. Refuse temptations that would compromise values and ethics and focus on doing activities that add value to our success goals. DON’T PROCRASTINATE. That decision begins now!
Final thought for the New Year. Be wise. Plan your future only with people who have future plans. Let’s not waste our resources. There are people who do not care about the future and there are those who do. Having shared goals is what it takes to achieve objectives. This principle works not only in business, career and profession but applies to relationships too.
Isn’t it wonderful that God’s command for us includes rest? We have permission to rest. We are not responsible for fixing everything that is broken and we do not have to try and make everyone happy. As the year 2018 ends; these would be good days for rest and recharge. For now, let’s take time. It’s time to replenish.
Source: 2019 Resolutions