New Year: Are you ready?

It's mid of December. Everyone has started counting their days for Christmas and New year. The year 2008 is just around the corner bringing a brand new start and a big hope for all olf us. There is a popular saying that goes, "You can never go back and make a new beginning, but you can start now and make a new ending" Yes, we start each year with new spirit and energy. It is time to refresh and put everything back on track; it is the perfect moment to look back and reflect on our past deeds and to make some effort to improve ourselves in the future. Therefore, it's time to plan our new year resolutions.

Sometimes I wonder, how many people who set new year's resolutions actually achieves them. We make fresh resolutions every year, without considering how successful we have been in accomplishing the resolutions in previous year. So, let's make the coming year a real different one. We shall take some time to plan on yur new year resolutions and make sure our goals are achievable and realistic. It should be very focused and related to our peronsal life vision. Some people make resolutions that are impractical and impossible which often end up in failure. So, think carefully and plan the coming year well.

I have been thinking of my new year resolutions at the back of my head. It has been a real busy month for me leaving no time to scribble them down yet. I'll try my best to share my goals here in this blog with all of you once I am done with the list. How about you? Have you planned your success?

Meanwhile, as the new year approaching, I'd love to share some of the thoughts of success taken from the pages of the book, Trump 101: The Way to Success as it might give you a kickstart and some ideas on what to look for in the nearest future:

Ask yourself whether you're doing what you want and what is right for you;

Be positive every day. If you're not, no one will think you can succeed;

Believe in yourself, exude confidence, and get in your competitors' way. Project yourself into their picture and upset their status quo;

Break loose from your comfort zone by moving forward with the power and momentum that positive thinking creates;

Zap negative thoughts and replace them with positive ones. Whatever energy you expend will build the positive stamina that is vital for success;

Ignore the expectations of others. Stand up to your friends, family, teachers, colleagues and those who think that they know what's best for you. Plug into your own energy.

4 comments to "New Year: Are you ready?"