It’s the close of the year. Everyone starts preparing to say goodbye to the year and move on to better times, expanded hopes, and new goals for the incoming year. Lose weight, make more money, develop a healthier lifestyle, spend more time with family, and share your generosity with others in the community through good deeds. Do these goals we set at end of the year really come true?

Let’s be realistic. A very small percent of people will follow-through on their goals and achieve them. It’s about accountability, recognition, and a good work-family balance. Working on goals without someone to make you accountable is difficult.

“Write in your heart that every day is the best day in the year”, Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Don’t just count your years, make your years count”,  George Meredith

“Come, gentleman, I hope we shall drink down all unkindness”, William Shakespeare

“Tomorrow, is the first blank page of a 365- page book. Write a good one!”-Brad Paisley

A few strategies to make your resolutions ring true by the end of December 2019:

    • Tell someone your goals. Be accountable.
    • Write down a few simple goals and review them monthly.
    • Accountability provides encouragement and recognition when small goals are achieved.
    • Take small risks towards creativity and growth. Failure is okay.
    • Write down new people to meet and expand your relationships.
    • Identify weaker competencies and skills. Work on these skills to strengthen your business.
    • Add personal incentives for reaching small goals.
    • Make vacation plans now to spend more time with family. Don’t try to squeeze family time into your life.
    • Hire a maid to give you more quality time with your family!

Happy New Year! Make it the best ever!

It isn’t just about the DUST,
Invite someone in your home you can TRUST!