New Years Huh
So, it is the beginning of a new year. It is time for people to put up new resolutions and stick by them for a month then dump them down the drain. It is also time for people to start prophesying how this year is going to be one of a good harvest financially, spiritually and in health. By the time April sets in, people will give up since apparently they are not seeing the results.
Question is, to harvest, one must sow. What have you done in the meantime to sow good relationships, for better health or invest? You are expecting to harvest, but what exactly are you harvesting if there are actual efforts that you have put in?
So, this year, do not just go around shouting around how it is your year. Do not get me wrong, I am a strong believer in the power of the tongue; that what you prophesy by your tongue it will be upon your life. But let us not be blinded by desire to have something without putting effort in it. Set down actual goals that you know in your heart that you can achieve. Then set down actual strategies that you can work into your daily schedule.
Start small. If it is health, make sure you pick up some fruits on your way home. Walk some more instead of boarding that cab if you are not in a hurry. Ensure your health insurance is in order.
In relationships, spend some actual quality time with your loved ones. Create some memories outside of your daily routine where there are no disturbances; without people buried into their phones or iPads. Make sure that your kids know you not only as their mother or father, but by your personality. Loosen up a little and have some fun.
Invest spiritually. It is absolutely paramount that you nourish your soul and mind. That is yourself our core being. Be at peace with yourself and with the decisions that you make. Have some principles this year. Do not just lie down and take anything that comes your way. Yu deserve the absolute best for your mind and soul.
Do not forget to invest financially. Consult with stock brokers to know how the financial market is doing. Know what products are viable this year. Do not just ‘sit’ on your money and expect it to hatch results. It does not work that way. Never have, and never will.
All in all, as you make your resolutions this year, strategize. And remember that resolutions are not magic beans. You have to work on them to harvest your results. Have a blessed 2015.
Love from me,