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Monday, December 31, 2012

What does the New Year mean to you?




Is it a new beginning? A chance to excel? Maybe a time to meets goals that you didn’t quite reach last year. Or an opportunity to make more powerful goals in order to push yourself further—to challenge yourself to bigger and better dreams.


How about… that you might recreate yourself anew in the next grandest version of the greatest vision you ever had about Who You Really Are. (Neale Donald Walsch – Conversations with God) This is one of my favorite quotations from his books because it gives us the power to choose to become who weknow we can be.


Thinking about what I did accomplish in the past year makes me happy. The steps I took for my writing career to become more successful, the books I wrote and published. The many new friends I made along the way. And probably even more important, the confidence I’ve gained by accomplishing those objectives.


In fact, I now have the belief that I can reach my dream of becoming an author who is listed on Amazon’s best-selling author list and stay there. Since I had a small taste of the incredible feeling when Lovable hit #302 ranking and stayed there long enough to give me palpitations and visions of greatnessJ, I admit to being rather hungry enough to get back there. (My vision for 2013)


So this year I challenge you all to set out on a path, whether it be in your personal life or your business world. Create a vision in your mind and see yourself there at the end jumping up and down with the high fives and the YESSS!!! Accept your success as a reality and then do everything you can think of to make sure it happens.

Good Luck!!

May this fresh New Year approaching be your BEST ever!!

Hugs Mimi


  
Amazon Author of the: Vicarage Bench Series, Angels with Attitudes Series and the Vegas Series

 

3 comments:

  1. New Year's is a time for goals and resolutions!

    Morgan Mandel
    morgan@morganmandel.com

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  2. Hey, I spent New Years Day on the road to visit my sister and then on the way home. For me "short cuts" and back roads mean getting lost!

    Still working on my goals, but I see myself signing books at book signings.

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  3. Hi Mimi, I know you'll realize your dreams soon. You've already done so and can do it again.

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