With Christmas and the New Year Over, I’m sure many of you will be thinking about what you would like to receive this year and some of you will be thinking about keeping New Year’s resolutions to yourself or to other people.
You know the kind of thing I mean, you promise to walk the dog more often, visit your family and friends more or even make sure you do your work well before the deadline date.
But do you ever stop to think why some decisions we make we don’t stick to them?
And some we do?
If you had to draw 2 line’s one in cement and one in sand, the line in the sand would gradually blow away and the line in cement would be permanent.
This is just the same with the decisions we make, the key is to consider how important the decision is to you? And does not sticking to your decision Hinder or Help you?
You are given two Shinny glittering box’s the 1st is a beautiful Red box with a big Christmas gold Bow on it and the 2nd box is a winter Green box with a bright Red bow.
You now have 2 blank sheets of white paper and on your 1st sheet of paper you write down at least 5 things that you would like to have more of in 2017, for example, more confidence, good friends, part time job etc and then place the paper inside the Red Box.
You are now left with the Green box and I want you to think of 5 things that you don’t want any more of in 2017 and write them down on the sheet of paper and drop the paper into the box.
So What’s in your Beautiful Red Box?
What do you want more of in 2017? If you make clear decisions you will bring more of want and less of what you don’t want from life. Too many people spend their time and energy complaining about the things they don’t want, instead of focusing on the things they do want and can achieve.
“The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.” – Coco Chanel