First and foremost . . .An all caps HAPPY NEW YEAR to you!
For those of you who set new goals this time of year, there are some things we forget about that I’d like to call your attention to.
They are subtle little things that can make a huge difference in your output and as a bonus . . . a huge difference in your overall happiness.
Here’s what you’ll learn during today’s podcast . . .
Some things that might be weighing you down in your journey and how to remove them.
Something most people forget about that can lead to a much higher level of overall happiness.
A lesson I learned from abandoning the guitar and then getting back to it a few years ago.
Why you must “Respect Yourself” this year
How the average person has all these thoughts each and every day and yet never takes the time to corral their thoughts into something really productive.
The importance of visual reminders (beyond those that might be on your vision board)
Why journaling is so important and some basic ideas to get you started.
5 types of people/resources that will expedite your success journey
Additional Resources To Support Today’s Podcast . . .
1) You might be lacking a little bit of R.E.S.P.E.C.T. Click here to see how.
2) Give yourself A Selfish Gift?
3) How to embrace a different kind of thinking.
4) I often talk about journaling . . . here are 50 Ways For You To Rock Your Journal!
6) I mention the upcoming Playbook For A Successful Year webinar. Please click here for details.
7) I mention our upcoming Castain’s Sales School Program. Please click here for details.
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