Around this time of year, many good-hearted people set resolutions for the next 12 months to achieve.This kicks New Year’s Resolutions booty…

Around this time of year, many good-hearted people set resolutions for the next 12 months to achieve.

Better health.
More time with family.
Save and earn more income.

But the stats show most never stick with them past a few weeks.

Now it’s not that resolutions don’t work. Resolutions are basically like promises you give to yourself that you’ll do something.

It’s just that most people don’t take these promises to themselves very seriously.

Make sense?

A better way to go in my opinion?

Make New Year’s COMMITMENTS.

They typical way of setting resolutions or goals for the year is basically telling yourself, “I’ll try” which means, “Don’t count on it.”

A commitment to yourself means, “Count on it.”

It’s an announcement to the world that you WILL do the actions to accomplish what you set out to.

This all begins with making a declaration, “I am committed to…”

Now, what’s sobering and true?

What you have been committed to up to now is revealed by what you have produced or have failed to produce up to now.

For the new year, what are you 100% COMMITTED to getting for yourself and your family?

What will your commitments produce?

More time off, more income, more freedom, travel, giving back to others?

It’s all a matter of setting the path of how to get there, from point A to B…

And then staying committed to that path and declaration you’ve made with yourself.

If you need help with a proven step-by-step path like this?

===> Check this out and stay committed to it, and you can be up to $10,000 months while working way less than ever before…

Best,

Andrea Scafidi

PS I’m not sure what you’re commitments will be this year, but I do know that 2019 will be here before we know it. 🙂

 

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