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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Using these five words or phrases could SABOTAGE your 2017 New Year's Resolutions:

“How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them.”  Benjamin Franklin

Here are Five Don’ts and Five Do’s and One Bonus (Eleven)
to help you Succeed with Your 2013 New Year’s Resolution

1 – Lose – Do you really want to LOSE weight? Do you remember the last time you LOST your car keys, a shoe, your glasses? Did you look for them and hope you FOUND them? Or how about when a person loses a job? Loses money? Or their favorite sports team loses? Does it really make sense that you would want to LOSE weight? No – that word just sabotages your efforts. That’s why people who LOSE weight, generally finds it again.  Instead of "losing weight" - you want to "reduce your weight - be a healthy weight!

2 – Quit – Another negative word. Think back to when you were younger, maybe even just last week. Do you remember someone saying (maybe a coach, parent, teacher, or a friend) to you “You’re not a Quitter, are you?” in that tone of voice that indicated disapproval. Have you ever wondered why the cigarette companies use the word QUIT in their “public service” ads? Because they know that people who QUIT are likely to start back again.  You don't really want to "quit smoking", you want to STOP smoking

To continue reading the five words that can sabotage your New Year's Resolutions for 2013, and to discover the five words that can help you succeed in your New Year's Resolutions for 2013, and to get the Bonus suggestion , please go to:


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