Eight exceptional ways to begin the New Year
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No matter what you’re doing, there’s a time to end it. Maybe you have trouble making an important decision. Mull over it. Obtain additional information. Consult with people you respect. But don’t get stuck in the paralysis of analysis syndrome. Eventually, it’s time to make a decision. Maybe you’ve been arguing with a family member. After a certain point, does it matter who’s right, who’s wrong? Say what you have to say. Then, let go and agree to disagree. Enough is enough.
7. Be Enthusiastic
Young kids are enthusiastic about almost everything while adults tend to let their enthusiasm wane. After awhile, it just all seems to be hard work. Don’t let that happen to you. Get enthusiastic! About what? That’s your job to discover. Once you do, fun will re-enter your life. Imagine bubbling over with excitement about something you learned, something you did, something you read. Make it happen this New Year.
8. Fill in the Blank
I’ve provided you with seven exceptional ways to begin the year 2013. You create the eighth. I’d love to hear what it is! Write to me at DrSapadin@aol.com
Linda Sapadin, Ph.D. is a psychologist and success coach in private practice who specializes in helping people enrich their lives, enhance their relationships and overcome self-defeating patterns of behavior. To subscribe to her Free E-newsletter or find out about her self-help books, go to www.PsychWisdom.com