New Year. . . Same Sh*t?

The time has come.

2020 is finally here and it’s ready to go whether we are or not.

It’s the start of a new decade.

“New year, new me!” is blasted everywhere.

A completely new blank canvas which everyone can start this new decade with.

What are you going to do to make 2020 different?

Saying “New year, new me!” and writing down your 2020 resolutions is definitely a start, but what happens when the excitement of the new year is gone?

Are you making a New Year’s resolution because there is change that needs to happen in your life or cause it’s the “cool” thing to do?

2020 is going to be exactly the same as the past new year’s resolutions you’ve had if there is no change.

Make it a point in 2020 to stick to the goals that have been set.

If the goal or resolution is to go to the gym more (what most people choose) and February comes around, is the goal still going to be there?

Or once the New Year resolution party is over in January, are you done once it gets too hard?

It probably sounds like I’m the Grinch of New Year’s resolutions, but hear me out.

We all see it every start of a new year, and I have personally done this myself. We make this goal and then the drive to continue with it dies out after a month.

2020 is going to be the same exact way unless there is a change.

Don’t just make a resolution to be like everyone else. Set a resolution to where it pushes you to grow into a better overall person.

It’s okay to make it a bit outlandish, that’s good! Make it achievable, but difficult.

There is no better time to improve your life than right now.

When 2020 is over and you look back on the year, are you going to be proud of what was accomplished or disappointed in another year gone with the wind?

Make the change.

Thanks and Be Great,


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