January 1st Is The First Page Of a 365 Page Book. Write A Good One!

2016 book

Start the year out with a positive page!

To all of my Family, Friends, Clients and loyal Readers I wish you well in the New Year! I wish you all a fresh start. You have 365 new days, 365 new chances. I wish you a productive road ahead along with good health, happiness and joy.   Feel the start of something new!  Start the year 2016 with gumption.  [Click to Tweet] I hope you have learned enough from years past to give to the years to come.  I urge you to take some time to sit down and make a plan for the year(s) to come.  Take time to think about what is important to you and what will help you achieve an extraordinary life and bring out the best in you. Develop a goal driven, passion driven plan.  Make small daily goals that will lead to your bigger goals.  Start each day with intention and focus on accomplishing your goals step by step, day by day.
Below are some tips to not only help you get started writing but to also stick with the plot:
  1. Most importantly, BELIEVE in yourself! If you don’t believe you can accomplish your goals, you probably won’t.
  2. Consider what is most important to you. What are your priorities? Think about where you want to be in the next year and the next 5 years.  What would you like to accomplish?  What would you like to cross off your bucket list?
  3. Start with a few specific, realistic and attainable goals. Break them down if need be.  If you are trying to save for that dream vacation think about a realistic amount to set aside each pay or month.  Setting unattainable goals will only set you up for failure so it is very important to be realistic.
  4. Write down your goals and keep them in a place that you will see them often. The more you see your goals the more motivating they will become.
  5. Do something every day to work towards meeting your long-term goals even if it is just daydreaming.
  6. Take time at the end of each month to review your goals. Take pride in those that have been crossed off your list.
  7. Finally, never, ever give up! If you don’t do very well the first time around, tomorrow is a new day, a new chance to begin again.  You can always start a new chapter.
Although no one can go back and make a brand new start anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending – Carl Bard
Be aware of the progress you are making each day but be sure to take it easy on yourself if things don’t go as well as planed or if maybe you lose sight of the larger goal. Remember, you can find happiness at any stage of the process if you only slow down and let it catch up to you. [Click to Tweet]
As for me, I continue to strive to live an intentional life.  I will start this year by writing down my goals.  I personally need something to motivate me, to give me purpose and to help me keep focused on  throughout the New Year.  I will also take it easy on myself, knowing that sometimes I will achieve my goals and sometimes I won’t.  But I am a firm believer in setting goals and having an action plan. Without a plan I will not know where to begin my story.
I hope by next year that you surprise yourself by all that you accomplish. I hope you set a goal that makes you want to jump out of bed each morning.  This year is yours.  2016 is your chance to write your story!
Joy Vale
January 10, 2016
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