|PVAF WISHES YOU ALL EARTHLINGS.....2010 NEW YEAR WITH LESSER POVERTY OF MOTIVATION TO HELP YOURSELF TO HELP OTHERS...... |
Posted by Vishva News Reporter on December 31, 2009
......PVAF WISHES ALL
HUMANITY ON PLANET EARTH
TO CELBRATE LIFE ......
......Empower Yourself And Others
Live Your Life With Motivation......
....JOIN PVAF VOLUNTEERS TO
REMOVE ALL POVERTIES OF LIFE
MIND, BODY, SPIRIT, WEALTH....
The object of a new year is not
that we should have a new year.
It is that we should have a new soul”
-G. K. Chesterton quotes
(English born Gabonese Critic, Essayist, Novelist and Poet, 1874-1936)
out the old, ring in the new,
Ring, happy bells, across the snow:
The year is going, let him go;
Ring out the false, ring in the
-Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1850
“New Year's eve is like every other night;
there is no pause in the march of the universe,
no breathless moment of silence among created things
that the passage of another twelve months may be noted;
and yet no man has quite the same thoughts this evening
that come with the coming of darkness on other nights”
--Hamilton Wright Mabie quotes
(American writer, 1845-1916)
AND NOW THE MOST
AMAZING HUMAN RITUAL.....
FOLLOWED ON EVERY NEW YEARS DAY
BY MOST OF THE WESTERN CIVILIZATION....
knowing well given 2 to 4 weeks...
the personal failure rate of 90 percent...
will make one very depressed.....
|Do you start every year with the best of intentions, only to fall
off the wagon before you've reached your goal? Well, no more.....says
, LIVE BETTER, FEEL
Follow her six simple steps and make this the year your New Year's
resolutions last through December 2010.....
Please click on the next line to know the six simple steps and PVAF
wishes you good luck all the way.....
......Cheers to a new year
another chance for us to get it right......
.strong>......its not that far away...it is only for next 12 months....
....6 steps to choosing your best
New Year's resolution.....
December 31, 2009: By Laurie Pawlik-Kienlen
“Admit it,” says life coach Laura Berman Fortgang, author of Living Your
Best Life. “Even though you set them every year, your New Year’s
resolutions rarely stick. In fact, 23 percent of us break them in a week
and 45 percent by the end of the month."
Choosing the right goal—and the right approach—are the keys to
resolution success. Here, our life coaches share the biggest roadblocks
to resolutions and explain how to choose healthy goals and stay
motivated for the long haul.
a goal that excites you
“The biggest mistake people make is picking the wrong goal in the first
place,” says Talane Miedaner, author of Coach Yourself to Success.
“Never set goals that are over a year old, because they’re ‘dead.’”
Losing weight is a perfect example—some people carry that around for
decades. “If you still want to slim down after years of trying, then do
something different,” she says. “Sign up with a running group and train
for a marathon, or take ballroom dancing lessons and enter a dance
Create a master plan
Determine what you actually need to do to achieve your goals—that’s your
master plan. Maybe you’ll have to wake up an hour earlier to write your
best-selling novel, or spend one lunch hour a week volunteering with a
nonprofit organization. “To succeed, you have to schedule your goals and
make them part of your life,” advises Fortgang. “Put a system in place
that will support change by giving you the structure you need.”
“When you break your goal down into smaller parts, it becomes more
controllable, less daunting and more attainable,” says Christa Wagner,
professional organizer and owner of Savvy Solutions. Lofty goals often
feel overwhelming, which leads to procrastination and incompletion.
Wagner uses her own life as an example: “I’m developing an eBook series
from Savvy Solutions,” she says. “I have about 10 books I want to write.
To reach my goal in six months, I’ve broken it down into daily and
Call in the reinforcements
“Get supportive folks in your camp,” advises Fortgang. “Join a group of
like-minded folks, team up with a good friend, hire a coach or otherwise
include people who want the best for you and will keep you on track.” If
you know someone with a similar goal—or any goal at all—invite her to be
an accountability buddy. Then, check in with each other regularly to
make sure you’re on track. To get the support you need, Fortgang advises
telling people right from the beginning when and how you’d feel most
your eye on the ballbr />
“I keep my goals on my wall, at my desk and in my planner,” says Wagner.
“This allows me to check into them often, make adjustments, and check
goals off my list. I always know where I’m going.” Vision boards, maps,
lists and pictures that embody success will keep you motivated. And,
visualizing how you’ll feel after achieving your goal unleashes the
power of your subconscious mind—which further propels you toward
To stay focused and motivated for the long haul, celebrate your
successes. “I reward myself monthly with a pedicure and quarterly with a
massage,” says Wagner. “It keeps me rejuvenated and energized.” If you
want to lose 20 pounds, for example, don’t wait until you’ve lost it all
to celebrate. “If you reward yourself with something that makes you feel
beautiful each time you shed a few pounds, you’re more likely to achieve
your end goal.”
And Wagner pushes us out of the nest with a little tough love: “Stop
making excuses,” she says. “The biggest mistake I see is that people
don’t hold themselves accountable. So, get out of your own way—because
you’re the only person who can make a positive difference in your life!”
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