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Kiss Resolutions Goodbye

Kiss Resolutions Goodbye

Somewhere deep in your subconscious is the belief that resolutions are meant to be broken.


Try something different this year.

Reflect on what worked well for you and what you’d like to improve. Once you’ve identified that – create a plan with measurable actions, milestones, and a due date.

Once your plan is complete – share it with your accountability partner, or post it on social media for public accountability. Whatever your goal is, an accountability partner will keep you on track.


Surround yourself with supportive people – it makes a tremendous difference.


I belong to ShankMinds, an incredible mastermind group, led By Peter Shankman. The support we give each other fuels collective energy, creativity and momentum. It’s much easier to push through the tough days when you’re surrounded by people committed to your success.

Don’t pressure yourself to create goals you don’t feel committed to. Spreading yourself too thin slows you down. Focus your time and energy on the things that really matter to you. Rather than taking on more, take inventory of things that no longer serve you. Whether it’s your financial strategy or relationships you’ve outgrown, if it’s not working – it’s time to make a change.

It may feel daunting at first, but putting your life in order will release you from unnecessary stress. Best of all, you get to spend your time where it really counts.

What are you working on in 2018? Let me know in the comments below.

Perserverence Mindset

A few days ago I talked about the fear mindset and how it can really hold you back. The antidote to that of course is action. But once you get into action mode, the next step is perseverance. I’d like to introduce you to Naomi Dunford, someone I absolutely love. She’s genuine, swears like a sailor, and has been there – done that. Please take a minute to read one of her latest posts. What is it that you’re putting off?


When you see your favorite athlete, business person or actor/actress do you ever look at them in amazement and marvel about their “fortune” in becoming successful? Do you wish you had the talent and expertise they do?

What most people forget is that they are simply seeing the end result of many years of hard work. Practice, trial and error, failures and then success. The success comes from day after day of working on a specific goal. Whether you aspire to be an Olympian or an expert in your field, the path is the same. Dedication, perseverance, a specific plan and consistent action

Your life is comprised of a series of days and minutes.

Each day you wake up and make a choice. Are you going to do something that gets you closer to your goals today? Are your goals written out very specifically? We’re rapidly approaching the end of the year. Stop and take a moment to see where you are and make any necessary adjustments.

Have a long-term plan but live it every single day. One day you’re going to wake up and see how far you’ve come and realize that your success happened one day at a time.

You Have to Take Action to See Change

When I attended the celebration I mentioned in my last post, I was re-inspired to continue my quest to give back to the world. Five weeks ago I joined a group called “The 16 Steps to success” which is being taught by Jack Humphrey and Sam Clark of Authority Site Center.


Amazing is an understatement. These two are not part of the self proclaimed “guru madness”, just two people with a tremendous amount of knowledge and a true interest in teaching and helping people succeed. Only genuine care and dedication would have kept them up til 1 a.m. their time, teaching and answering question after question. Thanks guys, I really appreciate you!


Can We Really Have it All?

I am currently going into my third month of John Assaraf’s “Having It All” Challenge (HIAC). I hesitate to use the word “program” because it’s so much more than that. It’s a life transforming course comprised of calls, webinars, podferences, guest speakers, seven to eight member mastermind groups and recorded audio interviews.

There are approximately one hundred of us in the challenge and in addition to an abundance of course material; we have access to community forums. Through the forums, we have gotten to know and support each others hopes, dreams and challenges. John is also an active participant in this component.

I joined the challenge when I realized that for the first time in my life I felt “stuck”. I had gotten complacent and let myself fall into a very reactive role in my life, which iss not at all like me, and quite frankly, it scared me into action. I knew of John through his Wall Street Best Seller “The Street Kids Guide to Having It All”, his appearance on the movie “The Secret” and various audio and print interviews. What I am really drawn to is his dedication and passion for neuroscience, quantum physics and their relationship to peak performance.

John was not born into money, had a challenging childhood and is living proof that you can have it all. His six month challenge gives those who are serious about taking control of their life everything they need to succeed.

I am happy to share my journey with you and hope that it will inspire you to take action and start working towards creating your life’s masterpiece!