Don’t be one of those cop-out New Year’s celebrants who say “I don’t make New Year’s resolutions.”
Don’t be a New Year’s Weenie!
Resolve to do something important in 2012 (meaning: decide firmly on a course of action). Start something new, repeat something great, have the courage to take action on the one thing that is truly most important to you now, and follow through to its achievement.
Make a plan and execute it. Overcome obstacles. Get better. Don’t give up until you win!
Remember the Parable of the Five Frogs:
There are 5 frogs sitting on a log. Four decide to jump off. How many are left?
We don’t know how many frogs jumped or how many were left on the log. Just because you decide to do something doesn’t mean you do it.
In 2012, have the courage to take action on the one thing that is truly most important to you now, and follow through to its achievement. Inspiration leads to intention. Don’t let your mood of the moment interfere with the intention of your life this year. Start living at The Intersection of Purpose and Now.