New Year’s Resolutions Suck!

Starting this week, those New Year's Resolutions will be put to the test as people get back to their post-holiday routines. I noticed a few more people in the gym today.

The top ten are:

1. Lose Weight

2. Getting Organized

3. Spend Less, Save More

4. Enjoy Life to the Fullest

5. Staying Fit and Healthy

6. Learn Something Exciting

7. Quit Smoking

8. Help Others in Their Dreams

9. Fall in Love

10. Spend More Time with Family

According to statistics, only 8% of people are successful in achieving their resolutions. New Year's good intentions typically don't have staying power because they are temporary fixes that focus on the symptoms of a life that lacks clarity, meaning, and real joy, peace, and contentment. Even if a person accomplished a New Year's Resolution, like the ones mentioned above, it would not address or resolve the root causes of chronic unhappiness, disharmony, fear, anxiety, confusion, dissatisfaction, and inner suffering.

If you want to do some intensive personal growth and liberation work in 2020, reply to this email address, and I will send you more information about the kind of counseling I do. I challenge you to set some more substantial intentions for your life's journey in 2020, such as:

  • Rooting out limiting and self-sabotaging beliefs, mindsets, attitudes, fears, and stories you carry inside you

  • Freeing yourself from people-pleasing, and a life that is governed by the expectations of others

  • Investigating and exploring your interior self, innermost being, and your true nature and essence

  • Learning new mindsets and tools for living a life that flows naturally with composure and patience, instead of grasping, clinging, stress, anxiety, striving, and resistance

  • Identifying the guiding focus, objective, intention, or objective for the next season of your life

If this resonates with you, take action today! Let's work toghether towards creating peace and harmony in your life.

Jim Palmer

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