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What Works and What Does Not Work in the New Year
As another year comes quickly to a close and we come face to face with the things we didn't get done last year and the new promises to do them and others this year-maybe it's time to change our strategy.
If you are feeling inadequate, frustrated, and let down by the promises you haven't kept-you are due for a change in how you do things. It makes no sense to keep doing the same thing over and over each year expecting to get different results-"it ain't gonna happen!"
It is insanity to keep doing things which don't work for you. It does very little for your self esteem and the things don't get done anyways, so why do it. Have a good look at your list that seems to be getting bigger every year. If it is the volume of things on your list which are overwhelming you-then take some things off. Learn how to prioritorize your list and make an extra effort to make it much shorter.
Maybe your life is getting too complicated and it is more than one person can handle. If the things you see as needing to be done are taking away from the quality of your life-it isn't working for you-you have lost touch with what matters most in your life. Don't feel bad about being in this situation-change it-it is within your power to give more meaning to your life.
If you can afford it, it might be in your best interest to hire someone else to do these things or delegate someone else in the family in exchange for something they want or want to do.
A New Year is simply a point in time many of us use to mark with gratitude and regret the things we did the year before. With the new year comes hope and a promise of better things to come, or at least it is what we have come to expect-a new sense of optimism. Keep this thought and follow through with it. Maybe bring a new thought into your reality-"all the things that really need to be done will be done" and leave it at that. Trust the universe to accommodate your desires-it will. Whatever is left over at the end of the year will be purposeful and appropriate because at some level of your consciousness it is how you prioritized them. Don't sacrifice family, friends, and peace for control and order. When you get to the end of the year, simply notice the things you have done and feel good about them. The circumstances of your life always follow an order consistent with your thoughts. You don't have to change anything except your thoughts to change the order of your life.
Think positively about your life and its circumstances and the cluttered garage will have a different look at the end of this year. Deed always follows thought, whether you physically do anything about it yourself or not.
Take a deep breath this year knowing all things are perfect, even if it means fooling yourself into believing it. You are so powerful-work with the universe to create what you truly desire and it will be made so.
New Year is truly a remarkable time to change your thoughts and expect your life to be different.
About the Author: Roy E. Klienwachter is a resident of British Columbia, Canada. A published author, a student of NLP, ordained minister, New Age Light Worker, Teacher and Phenomenologist. Roy's books and articles are thought provoking, and designed to empower your imagination, and take you to places you would never have thought about.
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