On New Year's Eve, your New Year's Resolutions were the result of a Wake-Up Call.
Even if you make superficial, self assessments before the clock struck the entrance of the New Year, your New Year's Resolutions probably reflected a desire, a need or a need to take care of yourself differently.
For many people, their New Year's Resolutions were based upon a very accurate and painful analysis of their lives. For some, keeping their New Year's Resolutions is a matter of life or death; or a matter of personal growth or stagnation.
Every day throughout the new year, we will have many Wake-Up Calls. Frequent Wake-Up Calls are necessary for us to successfully achieve our New Year's Resolutions,
You may not have identified much of your experience as a Wake-Up Call. Oftentimes, Wake-Up Calls are mis-understood as problems, weaknesses, symptoms, or character deficiencies.
When we feel too tired, too sore, two weak, too depressed, too anxious, too stressed, too conflicted, and too whatever, these are our Wake-Up Calls. What most people perceive as excuses to remain in our comfort zone and justify their failure to achieve New Year's Resolutions, really function as Wake-Up Calls to ensure that you will successfully achieve your New Year's Resolutions.
Every day throughout the New Year, you will have frequent Wake-Up Calls. Don't miss them. Interpret specific Wake-Up Calls as your trustworthy signal for taking care of yourself by actualizing New Year's Resolutions.
The more you ignore your Wake-Up Calls, the more you will receive more Wake-Up Calls. Don't misperceive your Wake-Up Calls as excuses to fail, symptoms, problems or weaknesses.
Remember, You Live within the Environment Created by Your Choices! Your choices on daily basis will determine whether you succeed or fail in achieving your New Year's Resolutions!
Life and Mental Fitness Coach