2020 is finally over and we are in a totally brand-new year. It is going to be an awesome year. I know that because I have written my goals. I know what I want in my life and I am very decisive this time. This year is different. Because I wrote my resolutions. Yeah, I know I did that before; but it is different this time. I am full of determination and motivation. I am going to act according to my plan. It is a robust plan this time. I am confident that I am going to do.
How many times have you had this conversation with yourself? How many times, in your life, you have been full of motivation and determination to plan to take some big steps and to create great results? How well did they go? Did you act on the resolutions you wrote?

Just think about all those new years when you wrote your 
“New Year Resolutions”. Why don’t they work? The answer lies in our purpose. Here is the reason:
When we focus on “what we need to do” without thinking about our purpose behind it, we will not stay motivated. We should remember that “purpose is missing a key”. 

A goal or a plan without a why is just a set of meaningless functions, like a body without a soul. It is not alive. We do what we do because we have a purpose behind it.
So, if you want your resolutions to work, ask why you want them. Find your purpose! Ask yourself why do I want it? What will I gain if I do this, of if I achieve my outcome? What do I want from achieving it?

Now that you have your resolutions and your why’s,you have the motivation to pursue your desired outcome. Now it is time to focus on your MASSIVE ACTION PLAN. Because nothing changes if you do not take action.
This is a new year. A very new beginning. A chance to feel energized and start over. Find your why and put all your effort and energy on your action plan to make that happen
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