Kill the Excuses!

It seems like only yesterday that I wrote my first post on this blog and I can’t believe that this is post number 50! Every week, I look forward to work on writing these blogs. This blog has become very important to me this year; Only 7 months into blogging and I have connected with some fantastic people.  I have also received many positive comments from people that I know and people that I have never met who have found my content inspiring and I have learned many things in past 7 months. So, that’s awesome!!

I would like to share our gratitude with all our subscribers, advertisers, friends; families. I could not have made it without your encouragement and support. One more thing that keeps me motivated is I feel like there is never a perfect time for you to start something new. Whenever we are thinking about the day to start something new, we often let the calendar guide our decision about when to get going. “Next week” or “next month” is always when you plan to diet, exercise or study. But be honest with yourself: how much of your life have you spent waiting for the next Day to Start Something New?

Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our pain as we are human and we feel everything so deeply. Sometimes we struggle to let that emotion go .See, what happened in the last 24 hours or last few months or a year is done. Sure, it could have made you feel heavy, made you want to give up, to fall asleep and never wake again. But yesterday is gone. It no longer has power over you, unless you let it. So, wake up with a new perspective. Life is short enough. Don’t spend what few days you have waiting for the random Day to Start Something New, when that day can be today; because ‘tomorrow’ is your own code word for “never.”

Who told you that December had to be quiet? If you treat December as a lazy month – be prepared for a quiet January, February and March. Don’t postpone anything to January when you can do it in December. How you end the year is a reflection of how hard you worked the rest of the year, work hard, always! Write down all your goals for next year and display them where you work every day and start it from today. Never end December on a low; it will set the tone for the next 12 months. You don’t need to wait until the New Year to change yourself for the better. In fact, the best time to start is now! I want you to ask yourself this-“It was the best year of my life, what more I want to make happen?” The beautiful thing about every morning is that it’s a new day, a new chance, a new beginning.. Take advantage of the enormous opportunities .You have everything you need to go make something meaningful!!





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