It’s Never Too Late: New Years’ Resolutions vs New Health Intentions

It’s hard to believe 2016 is coming to an end.  Since 2017 is only a few days away, you may be thinking about your resolutions.   Unfortunately, according to researchers, by mid-February most resolutions have fallen by the wayside.

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I believe New Years’ Resolutions fail because we don’t think about changing—we make the false assumption that there’s something magical about the New Year.  But the truth is every day is a new day, and there is always an opportunity to begin anew.

In the coming year, I hope you will take a few moments and focus on your health and well-being, each and every day. While I am not big on New Year’s resolutions because, I think we often make them without setting a powerful intention, or making a true commitment to their successful fulfillment.   You don’t have to wait until January 1 to focus more on your health and well-being. You can experience a higher level of health, any day of the year.  Your health is your greatest wealth!

Instead of wishing you a Happy New Year, I wish you a happy and healthier you, each and every day of the year.

And if you do make resolutions—just know, if you fall off your new practice, you can begin again.  Each and every day is a new day, and an opportunity to begin again.

It is never too late to begin anew to create and experience the good health you desire and deserve. I hope the information provided by our newsletters, blog posts book, workbooks and dvds informs and inspires you.  In keeping with our mission,  to help you improve your health and well-being, we have a lot of additions coming soon in the New Year, including podcasts, more videos, webinars, and teleseminars!

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