Get the ball rolling in 2014 by T. Harv Eker

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New Year’s resolutions can be intimidating – cramming a whole year’s worth of goals into one little list on your smartphone. T. Harv Eker gives us some advice to prevent 2014’s resolutions from being unfulfilled.

 

After the initial enthusiasm over New Year’s resolutions for 2014 dwindles, keeping motivated, committed and moving toward accomplishing those goals is often tough. For many of us, our resolutions slowly vanish from our daily thoughts and actions and we wind up creating exactly the same resolutions the following year.

 

So what’s the secret formula to staying on track with your new years resolutions?

Taking action and staying consistent. It doesn’t matter if conditions aren’t perfect, or if this circumstance isn’t quite ideal, or that person isn’t following through the way they said they would. We’ve got to take all these principles learned throughout the years and put them into action.

 

This can become another one of those “Duh, Harv” moments. It may seem obvious that you have to take action and stay consistent. But are these two principles that most people follow and really live by?

 

That’s exactly where a lot of people get stuck and give up on their goals, even those with greater awareness and knowledge. You know you want to work out, need to get into better shape, whether that is for aesthetic reasons, or because you know exercising will give your more energy in your day to day life. But what step is often the hardest to take? It’s not the goal you set nor the resolution you create for yourself. It’s the first step that’s the hardest.

 

Sometimes getting the ball rolling can feel like pushing a boulder uphill, metaphorically speaking. You need to build the next muscle and final spiritual muscle that separates the successful from those still waiting at the gate: momentum.

Momentum is that force that makes it easier for someone who’s successful to do what’s right than to do what’s wrong. Momentum is that process of getting that snowball moving. The hardest part about working out is getting to the gym.  Once you get there, it’s not that hard to do.

 

When you’re in motion, that’s when things begin to line up, not before. I’m talking to you, perfectionists! A body in motion will remain in motion and a body at rest will remain at rest. What do we want to do? Get into motion! Once you’re there, it gets easier. We already know that. Now we need to just do it.

 

If you’re committed to starting the New Year off with a bang, I have the perfect solution for you. As my holiday gift for The Best You readers, I am gifting each one of you complimentary access to my newest program, the 3-Day Life Makeover.

 

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If you’ve been setting the same goals year after year, if you struggle to find balance in your life, if success in one area of life seems to throw the rest of your life out of whack, you do not want to miss the opportunity to participate in this program.

 

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Happy New Year!

 

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