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Forget about New Year’s Resolutions! 3 ways to make 2014 a year of action, results, and fulfillment

By Michal Spiegelman

Don’t you love the New Year buzz? There’s a fresh, exciting energy in the air, people are optimistic, and it feels like the world is waking up after a long winter’s nap (even though it is still winter). But wait. As much as we love this new beginning, there is also a part of us that knows that it doesn’t last forever, that naturally, our enthusiasm and motivation fades away and often disappears completely. We run out of steam. Let’s change that scenario.

Instead of asking why it is so hard to stick to New Year’s resolutions, let’s change the question and ask: What can you do differently this year to play the game of life fully, take positive action in all areas of life, and have more success than ever before?

It begins with an age-old truth: to get different results, you need different actions. ?The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results.? ~ Albert Einstein

Let me share with you 3 powerful ways to make 2014 a year of action, results, and fulfillment.
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1.Create your ?Wow? word for the year

Problem:You have so many resolutions in mind that you end up being scattered and ?all over.? You feel lost.

Solution:Get focused. One theme, one word, to remind you of who you want to be this year.

I find it very powerful to get focused for the year by coming up with a theme word. It can be a word that reflects how you want to feel in your core or a word that reflects? your top value for the year. Make it something which is really important for you to live by. In 2012, my theme word was simplicity. In 2013 it was vulnerability. I’m still not set on my theme word for 2014, but I promise to share when I decide.

To help you choose your theme word for 2014, circle 10 words from the list below that best describe who you want to be. Then rank the 10 words by order of importance and choose your most important word. Don’t limit yourself to the words on this list; feel free to add additional words:

Optional theme words for 2014:

Adventure, stillness, simplicity, courage, gratitude, abundance, change, willingness, kindness, healthy, laughter, fun, vulnerability, connection, intimacy, spirituality, expression, creativity, forgiveness, healing, confidence, peace, clarity, playfulness, joy, presence, engagement, trust.
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2.PDW ? Pause, Dream & Write

Problem: You get swept up in the busy-ness of life (which might be an addiction to being busy) and you feel overwhelmed.

Solution:Remind yourself to pause and allow yourself to dream. Then write down your dream.

?Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.? ~Harriet Tubman

When life takes over, you get caught up in the busy-ness of it and you forget to pause. Creating space for you to dream is very important. You’ve got to know your destination first or you’ll never get there. It doesn’t take much time or require a big investment. Simply create ?pause moments? throughout your day or your week where you allow yourself to look into the future and dream. You can sit facing a window and gaze at nature, or you can sit somewhere with your eyes closed. You can also daydream or visualize your future before you fall asleep. Then, take your journal or a piece of paper and write down freely what comes up for you. It doesn’t have to make sense or to feel realistic. Simply put it on writing. You have taken the first step into making your dreams a reality by writing them on paper.
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3.Fill up your tank with new inspirations

Problem: Your intentions are good, but you run out of steam. You burn out.

Solution: Just like putting gas into your car, you need to feed your soul with new ideas and fresh inspirations continually.

Those of you who know my story probably remember that I wasn’t always living a positive life, feeling grateful for living my purpose and making a difference in the world. I used to have a negative reaction to life, not even knowing that I had a choice. One of the practices that helped me to get where I am today is my daily ?Wow Practice.? This is something I do if even for only 5 minutes every day to keep feeling inspired and empowered. For example, I love spending 5 minutes in the morning reading in a Daily Meditation Book, and I have a beautiful Inspirational Journal where I write down stuff that ?Wows? me. I go back to the journal every few days and read those inspirations.

It is my mission to help people create a ?Wow attitude? so they can choose how to respond to life instead of allowing life to happen to them. That’s why I created a very special event to help you (and me!) fill up our tank with fresh, new inspirations. It is called the Wow Year Telesummit and it starts on January 13. By joining this free event you can fill up your inspiration tank for a long, long time. Watch my 2-minute video and join the 2014 Wow Year Telesummit.

This year’s telesummit is full of dynamic motivators and inspirations to help you get focused and realize your dreams. No longer will you need to wonder how to have the life you want. You will learn many ways to make yours a life of action, results instead of wishes, and finally, ultimate fulfillment.

Meet Michal
Michal Spiegelman

Michal Spiegelman is Medical Intuitive who helps women get to the root source behind disease, disharmony, imbalance, stress, and trauma-related conditions.

Having studied in Israel, Germany, England, and the U.S., Michal is a Certified Professional Coach, a Reiki Master, and a former social worker who brings years of experience working with a variety of modalities into her intuitive teachings, coaching and mentoring.

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