Friday, 3 January 2014


Resolutions are about knowing what we want, right?  The problem is that most of us haven’t got a clue what we really want.  If we did we’d stick with the resolutions  we make.  The fact that only 8% actually do, is proof of that.

Here’s the thing, we first have to understand that we are worth having what we truly want.  For example, if we’ve made the same resolution to lose weight for more years than we care to admit, what we really want is to be accepted for who we are.  The problem is that we think that acceptance comes from something or someone external to us.  The reality is that what we really want, what we really need is to accept ourselves first.

Knowing you want that, is revolutionary.

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