Tuesday, November 3, 2009


As 2009 gradually draws to an end, something fills my mind, it's a concern,and it's this-- How much of my goals and visions for this year did I achieve? On a scale of 1 to 10, how would I  rate my success this year? Because one of the definations of Success is the ability to achieve what you've set out to do for yourself.  Have I really been successful this year?

Well, first of all, I will have to thank God for seeing everyone of thus this far and we believe He will take us to December 31 and we'll all shout Happy New Year for 2010, Amen! So, how have you been successful with your plans and goals for this year?  Are you finishing this year strong or your strength have actually fizzled out and you are bearly hanging on?  Whatever your answers to the above question is, I want to let you know that it's not too late to make a positive change. Not too late, remember the old wise saying, " it is better to be late than never".

So I want to inspire you to pick up your diary where you wrote those things down,dust them,roll up your sleeves and begin to work at them. Begin to work at being better than yesterday.  Everyday you should learn something new and be in a position of greater knowledge than you were yesterday.  In other words, self development and personal improvement should be your watchword for each day.  Commit yourself to life long learning.

One of the secrets of habits is that anything done for twice becomes easier, anything done for 7 consecutive days becomes an habit, anything done for 21 consecutive days becomes a lifetime habit.  So, the surest ways to make the change is to make your goals your daily habit because the secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine.  What are you doing daily that is taking you towards your dreams,goals and your desired future? Prioritize your routines!

Make that move...Change...It is possible...only change your thinking and your life will change!  You've got the power!

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Recommended Reading: Goals! (Brian Tracy), Seven Keys to Getting Your Future (John Obuku)