There is something romantic about New Year’s Resolutions.
Something that is appealing and inviting to most people who want to try for a better year, a better life.
A magnetizing power and energetic pull that comes with the concept of New Year’s Resolutions.
Where you felt lost, tired, frustrated and overwhelmed by the year just passed, a resolution can feel like - for a sweet moment in time - everything is possible…anything could happen. And so, we continue to create grand resolutions every year only to become familiar with the same months that had once appeared so fresh and new! The magic faded away, old patterns return and we recreate the same pattern, disappointed with our reality when that year comes to an end.
Have you experienced this disappointment before? The one where you have great intentions at the beginning of the year but know that it will be a fluke if it actually happens? And then, when it doesn’t, you kind of knew it wouldn’t and you feel this expected disappointment. I think we all have experienced this at one time or another.
Here is the truth...
Resolution is merely a word.
By definition, a resolution is just a thought. A decision in fact. But that thought, that decision does not come with instructions, intentions or inspired action. It does not come with results included. Just because you make a decision or make a choice that something is, or isn’t going to be a part of your life, it doesn’t mean it naturally and effortlessly occurs. And this is why so many people suffer the curse of the New Year’s Resolution.
So, let’s be clear for a minute - a resolution without a plan of execution is simply a wish, a dream, a hope. And while these are beautiful concepts to hold onto, if you want to experience them in your reality you really need to know how to put an execution plan in place so that you can actualize your resolution.
Which is why, after 8 years of perfecting this process, I am ecstatic to be introducing to you: