Change Your Words; Change Your World in 2021

Raise your hand if you are already planning your New Year’s resolution 🙋🏽

Did you know that 88% of those who make resolutions fail, even though 52% were confident of success when they made the resolution?

In fact, some studies say that 25% of people break their resolutions in the first week.

So ask yourself, “Do you actually keep your New Year’s resolution?”

I don’t make New Year’s resolutions.  I stopped a few years ago.  

Why?

Resolutions are temporary. Don’t make a resolution. Make a mindset change. 

You can change your mindset anytime – not just the beginning of a New Year.

Watch this video.

Then ask yourself – what will it take to get you to change your words and mindset? I want to know: add a comment or send me a message.

It’s time to make a change, not a resolution. Change your words. Change your world.

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