One whole month into the New Year, 2011 is off to a fresh start for some of us. Yet with much of the recent societal madness, for others it may just be off to a violent one. Regardless of your year being off to either a good or bad start, I want you all to be mindful that many of the undesirable habits and situations were looking to shed can not only stem from both stress and celebrations but also from an unconscious mind. I dedicate this article to anyone looking to accomplish victorious resolutions over any of their obviously pastdue New Years goals.
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2.) Don’t knock yourself:
Give yourself time to set the standard you want to live up to and get with it. It’s not going to happen over night, so don’t kick your own behind if you back slide or come close to. Yet do be true to yourself, as more then likely you will be the only one to suffer the consequences.
3.) Notate the Red Flags:
Just like before any baseball game, there is a process that the athletes call the ‘warm-up’. Then later when you take a shower, there is always a water temperature called lukewarm or ‘in the middle’. Next game when you’re headed to third base, before you even make it there, if a critical, real life task popped up you would just bail out, right? Well, in the case of an un-paid athlete I sure hope you’d have that option.