Become Rich in 2012: New Year’s Resolution, or Real Solution?
This time of year, everyone’s making New Years resolutions for what they hope to accomplish in 2012. At the top of many lists? The desire to become rich. Thing is, most of these resolutions will never see the light of day. Here’s why, and what you can do to take life to a whole new level in the next 12 months.
In this world of un-grace and troubles, stories of charity and giving are always placed at the highest pedestal of life. Only a few consider helping because of the thought that by giving, they will become poor. This should not be the case because the art of giving has its serious impact and results.What Matters The Most For Success?
Is there really a single answer to this question? Wouldn’t the response vary depending on who you were asking? What does success mean to you? I’ll let you answer these questions since you are smart or “Savvy?” as Jack Sparrow from Pirates Of The Caribbean” might say (though I am definitely not drinking rum as I write this!). Let’s start with a list of the important factors contributing to success and then move on how to begin taking action to change your life and get what it is you really want.Be Thankful for What You Have, If You Concentrate on What You Don’t Have, You Will Never Have Enough
“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” The Laws of the Universe always give us what we ask for. That is why we have to be very careful with what we think and what we say. If we are always complaining and complaining about how much we are suffering hardship, on how frustrated we are for whatever situation we may be going through, guess what? We will continue going through the same thing and we will keep getting more of that.Abundance and Resolutions
When I think of abundance and resolutions now, it is a bit different than it was three years ago. Meaning, I better accept what is possible and sustainable throughout a year instead of sabotaging myself. I focus on intent rather than goals. I set a direction and work toward it one step, one day, at a time. I allow for imperfection. I keep going. I clarify what is and is not important to my yearly intent. The outcome is that my weight management stabilized and my capacity to accomplish more is developing.