It’s that time of year when many of us are prone to making New Years Resolutions to get or achieve something new or different. But do resolutions really work?
Success experts will tell you that for the most part those annual resolutions are simply an exercise in ‘wishful thinking’. In fact, resolutions are powerless because the individual making the resolution often lacks true intention and commitment to MAKE IT HAPPEN! Thus, I refer to these statements as ‘good ideas’ and nothing more. Simply stated, resolutions lack ‘resolve’.
How often do adults with ADHD make false promises? It’s probably safe to say that ADD’ers mean well but are frequently side-tracked when it comes time to carry the thought or promise into deliberate action. Furthermore, our ADHD behavioral tendencies of forgetfulness, procrastination, disorganization and distractibility often contribute to our breakdowns with success and accomplishment. In time, the person on the receiving end of the empty promises begins to doubt our true intention and reliability. Isn’t this true?
The end of any year is a great time to review your past year. It’s a good time to examine what was working and not working that created the results you got in 2014. This is also a wonderful time to look into your future and design a vision of how and where you’d like to see yourself at the end of ‘2015’.
Would you like to create some rock solid success results in 2015? Consider the following steps:
Question: Are you truly inspired to make your 2015 a memorable and successful year?
If you answered YES, then I invite you to contact me strategy session – “What Do You REALLY Want In 2015?”