Are You Ready to Make 2014 Your Best Year Ever?

Are You Ready to Make 2014 Your Best Year Ever?

Do you know that 50% of resolutions are broken within the first two weeks. By the end of January, a full 95% of resolutions are abandoned.

Only 5% of New Year’s resolutions are kept beyond January.

Are you surprised? Let’s look a little harder for the reason so many resolutions fail within such a short amount of time. The majority of resolutions fail due to:

1. Procrastination

2. Lack of discipline

3. No game plan

4. Doing it alone

In summary, the majority of resolutions fail because only a small percentage of people with resolutions ever do something about it.

Don’t let this happen to you.

Whatever your goals are for the New Year, I urge you to put them into action. Don’t wait anymore. Action creates results.

If you are really serious about making some changes this year, here are some surefire ways to make them happen.

1. Schedule a Meeting to Map Your Way

Stay with me here. You wouldn’t drive anywhere without knowing the way, so why would you feel any different for something as important as you? Ask yourself an important question like “Where do I want to be one year from now?” And write down your response. This will give you a clear indication on the direction you need to go.

2. Have a Daily Planning System

We know from our previous step it would be just plain wrong to drive somewhere without knowing the way. It’s just as important to know why you are going there. Writing down your goals will effectively prove their worth to you, and give you the reason to start driving toward them.

3. Define Your Key Results

Key results provide an indication of your progress toward your goals. These will be milestones or signs that you are heading in the right direction. It’s important to determine your key results and write them down, so you know you are on track.

4. Take Action

Action creates results. Now is the time to take everything you know about your desired goals, and prioritize your activities to achieve results. You can do this by selecting the most productive actions to reach your key results.

The important thing is that you take the actions that will give you the best chance of reaching your objectives. Remember to write these down so you have a concise roadmap to succeed.

5. Give Yourself a Reward

If you have followed the above steps for any length of time you are bound to be making progress. Rewarding yourself will motivate you to further reach your goals. You can now appreciate the fact that you are one of the motivated 5% who made it! Pat yourself on the back—you deserve it.

After you have experienced the power of this kind of goal-setting, it will be hard to do it any other way. But don’t delay; take the time right now to define your goals for 2014.

Create your plan and take action. You’ll be glad you did!

We have developed a series of workshops to help make working with groups and indivduals! Topics include: Bridging the Generation Gap, Fail-Safe Leadership,Team Building, A Crash Course in Goal Setting, Innovation through the Eyes of the Customer, How to Survive and Thrive in Today’s Business World.


About Dr. Surya

Using Quantum Physics and business research, Dr. Surya explores the correlation between the science of consciousness and patterns in the business world, to suggest innovative ways of using this wisdom to lead and succeed in a business environment that is constantly evolving at a rapid pace. Self-awareness is the awareness of the self as separate from the thoughts that are occurring at any point in time. Without self-awareness the self perceives and believes the thoughts that are occurring to be who the self is. Self-awareness gives one the option or choice to choose thoughts being thought rather than simply thinking the thoughts that are stimulated from the accumulative events leading up to the circumstances of the moment. Along with his work as an Author, Writer, Blogger and popular Internet Radio Talk Show Host, Dr. Surya is in-demand as a public speaker. Clients include small to large corporations and individuals.
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