Don’t Make A New Year Resolution!!
I mean, check this out, these are the definitions of Resolution and Commitment from Websters.
Resolution – the act of determining
Also, Statistic Brain says Weight Loss issues are the Number 1 Resolution. We all knew that. But, it goes on to say that money is also high so, 38% of people want to lose weight and 34% of people want to make more money, of people who make resolutions. But, to me, I don’t know about you, a resolution is more of a wish. It’s some sort of cloud out there that would be great if it happened. I really wish I could lose weight. I really wish I could make more money. But, there is no emotional connection. People just make resolutions because that’s what they think they are supposed to do. And yes, it would be nice if we could make more money and certainly, it would be nice if we could lose weight. I mean, who doesn’t want to be healthy and wealthy right?
The question then becomes, how do you move it from a wish to a commitment? How do you take that little wisp of an idea and move it to something that really counts? How many people this year will be drinking the champagne and kissing their sweethearts and watching the ball drop in New York in Times Square this year and they will resolve to lose weight and make more money? I would venture to say it is literally MILLIONS of people. But, what if there were a way that you could get healthy and wealthy by helping other people get healthy and wealthy? What if you could move that little flicker of a wish into the front part of your brain and make it a commitment? And then, how do you move it to the center of your brain and make it a burning desire? When it becomes a white hot flame in the center of your brain, and you fully commit to it, you will succeed. There is no way you can fail.
Actually, I was one of those millions, for years. I wanted to lose weight and I wanted to get in shape and I NEEDED to make more money. I was fat and I was broke and I was 41 years old. I made New Year Resolution after New Year Resolution. Why? Well, that is what you’re supposed to do, right? BUT….it was a wish It never was a white hot burning desire. Then, one day, I looked in the mirror and was not happy with what I saw. Then, I happened to see a P90X infomercial and like many people, I didn’t order it. I was afraid it was a scam and I’ve failed at things so many times when I made a Resolution and can you really workout at home? But, the next weekend, I saw the infomercial again. This time, I told my wife about it and she said “”You won’t do it.” Well, that was all I needed to hear. I ordered it. I also bought the Recovery Drink, the Meal Replacement Shakes, the Pullup Bar and a set of Bowflex 552 dumbbell weights. I was committed. I knew I wouldn’t go to a gym and compete with the muscle guys and it was too far to drive and too much of a time crunch when I was already working 50 to 60 hrs a week at my job. But I could workout at home and the muscle confusion concept made sense. So, I committed to 90 days. I lost about 40 lbs and started getting in the best shape of my life. After having the success I did, I wanted to naturally share it with everyone. That is when I decided to be a Coach. There is absolutely no doubt I can help you achieve success and can help you lose weight and get in shape and can also change your financial situation. But, you have to be willing to get in there and be committed. So, are you ready to commit? Or, will this be another year of a resolution that will never come to pass? Make 2013 your year. Let me help you. We can do it together!!!