Attitude is somewhat of a self-fulfilling prophecy.
How was your 2016? Good? Bad?
How do you want your 2017 to be? I think everyone wants to be optimistic and hopeful for the new year.
Planning, preparing, and goal setting certainly don’t guarantee success – but I do believe that a plan increases our chances of success.
In the spirit of preparing to hit the starting line, enjoy the article below from my buddy Michael Josephson.
The tradition of making New Year’s Resolutions reflects one the very best qualities of human nature – the ability to reflect on and assess our lives in terms of the goals we set for ourselves and the principles we believe in.
It’s still not too late to formulate a self-improvement plan to make our outer lives and inner selves better by adopting more positive attitudes, living up to our highest values, and strengthening our relationships.
Check out this video about “managing” your time. Hint: you can’t!
Has a person ever said something to you that made you rethink your life?
My answer has to do with me replying to my mentor, “I don’t have time for a Time Management Seminar.”
See my full answer on Quora!
Check out my entire answers on Quora.com: https://www.quora.com/What-can-I-learn-know-right-now-in-10-minutes-that-will-be-useful-for-the-rest-of-my-life/answer/Jaime-Hepp?srid=uYPGu
1) Be a person of your word. It might seem old school – let your word be your bond. It’s interesting how people that can be taken seriously, people that have a high amount of trust from others – they do the simple things like following through with the things they say they’re going to do. I think a lot of people underestimate the power of “let your word be your bond”.