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Posted on Dec 26, 2015
By Jean Marie DiGiovanna
The beginning of a new year can be very inspiring. It’s an opportunity to start fresh with a clean slate, follow your dreams and desires and create what you’ve always wanted in your life. As we imagine ourselves in this fresh new place, ideas may come flowing in and we get excited for what’s possible. And then…reality sinks in. We remember what didn’t work in the past, we recall our ideas getting shot down by those we thought cared for us and we get discouraged from past events and incidents. We let our past get in the way and then instantly, our exciting ideas become “too much work”, “not possible” or simply “crazy” ideas.
It’s amazing how our thoughts and mind can turn in a moment. And, for some of us, those thoughts can grow bigger each minute and take over our mood, energy level and aliveness. If our mind can do that in an instant, then what’s to say we couldn’t change it back to that more positive, empowering state in the next instant? It may be easier said than done, but definitely possible.
As you move into this New Year, I ask you to consider one powerful question. This question will help you break free from your past so that it is not sitting in the middle of your future. So here is the question…What do you no longer want to bring into this New Year? Really consider this question and for each answer, come up with an action plan to resolve it. For example, you may no longer want to be treated a certain way by others, perhaps a relationship is not working, you would like to change roles in your job, your home is disorganized, your office a mess. Whatever it may be, take a hard look at what you no longer want to take into this New Year. Begin to clear it out, clean it up, resolve, forgive or let go.
This is the year to have everything you desire. You deserve the very best and you have everything within you to make that happen. I wish you all the best in 2009!
Happy New Year!
Take on the following questions and process below for this month’s workout:
Let me know what transpires out of this exercise. I look forward to hearing from you.