Have you figured it out yet?

Have you figured out what you are going to do this year? The month of January is almost gone. Do you have a one-year plan, let alone a five-year plan? Are your plans coherent and logical? Are they just fantasy? Having a good plan requires a logical plan with a good output. You must think about what you are doing to be able to enjoy the fruits of your labor. I listened in on a conversation with two of my sons about what they were wanting to do this year and the next. They thought about where they are and what the outcome could be. With all that has happened in the past two years, our lives have changed. Some lives have changed for the better and some for the worst. Some people are too afraid to even thing about it. The definition of insanity is do the same thing and expecting a different result. Changes do not have to be drastic. They can be small enough to be doable and large enough to effect change. Most people focus on exercise in the month of January. It normally lasts a few days. But if you purpose in your heart to do a little at a time, you will accomplish your goal. When I played sports in school, conditioning of my body was the first thing. Because if I was not in shape to play the sport, I would get hurt. I was always smaller than most of the guys and did not like to play football like my brothers and cousins. I played tennis and ran track. I was not great, but it was something I could do. So, figure out what you can do and begin the process. If you what change, do something for 30 days. Then it will become a habit and much easier to continue. So, figure out what you want to do and begin today.

This is the link to my book.

Crain Blanchard.



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