2019: Twelve Transformative Resolutions

//2019: Twelve Transformative Resolutions

2019: Twelve Transformative Resolutions

                                      2019: Twelve Transformative Resolutions

4.)  Continued…strive to be more understanding of opposite points of view. I will consciously choose to (always) breathe more deeply.

5.)  I will be more flexible, accepting of things that don’t go my way, and realize that I have choices – I create my own reality, and if I don’t like it, I am self-empowered and give myself permission to pivot and change my thinking toward a more positive outcome. (It’s all temporary).

6.)  I will focus on being pro-active, eliminate procrastination and set daily, weekly or monthly S.M.A.R.T. goals around life, career and business that are values-based and are measured against my stated objectives. Further, I will begin by acknowledging, assisting and/or genuinely complimenting 2 people per day. (When I fall short, I will recalibrate – no guilt).

7.)  I will meditate daily to visualize all 11 other tenets, and will add all good things that will allow me to improve and develop my natural talents to maximize how I personally make a positive difference in this world.

8.)  I will choose to practice patience and tolerance and will release the past. I will see people at their best, keep my word and choose to be happy, rather than right.

9.)  I will accept that I am responsible for what I see…my thoughts, and how I choose to perceive the world is my choice; either to be positive and provide solutions, or to be negative, cynical and resistant to change. Therefore, I will practice discernment and not be judgemental, nor defend perspectives that are not harmonic and “Whole-istic” to those I encounter. 

10.)  I will balance the pragmatism of things, be more creative and will trust my intuition.  

11.)  I will practice the true meaning of faith in myself and learn to understand that “Believing, is seeing.”

12.)  I will end each day in gratitude and deliberately review my successes in celebration of the positive momentum I’ve created toward my stated objectives.  

 
Suggested Prescription for Success:
  1. Practice 1 per month (or, be creative).
  2. Review monthly tenet before bed and in the morning (Practice commitment).
  3. Document your successes weekly and build Consistency (Start over when needed).

Happy New Year!

Rick

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                                       2019: Twelve Transformative Resolutions

  1. I will not make resolutions.  Instead, everyday I will practice “believing in” my sense of purpose, and in being more consistent with those things that positively add to the well-being and improvement of the following: my health, family, relationships, career, finances, mind-set and spiritual life. 
  2. I will strive to sleep a minimum of 6 hours per day, exercise wisely and choose a healthy nutritional plan that aligns with how I want to feel and see myself. I will respect myself and others.
  3. I will, upon awakening, choose as my first thoughts to be focused on feeling ease and “gratitude,” as I approach my day with positive intent and immediately focus on feeling excited and optimistic about the great things that I will accomplish today. (“I am the power of me.” No need to panic...“I can handle it.”)
  4. I will develop Self-Awareness, be more disciplined and genuinely strive to be more understanding of opposite points of view. I will consciously choose to (always) breathe more deeply.
  5. I will be more flexible, accepting of things that don’t go my way, and realize that I have choices – I create my own reality, and if I don’t like it, I am self-empowered and give myself permission to pivot and change my thinking toward a more positive outcome. (It’s all temporary).
  6. I will focus on being pro-active, eliminate procrastination and set daily, weekly or monthly S.M.A.R.T. goals around life, career and business that are values-based and are measured against my stated objectives. Further, I will begin by acknowledging, assisting and/or genuinely complimenting 2 people per day. (When I fall short, I will recalibrate – no guilt).
  7. I will meditate daily to visualize all 11 other tenets, and will add all good things that will allow me to improve and develop my natural talents to maximize how I personally make a positive difference in this world.
  8. I will choose to practice patience and tolerance and will release the past. I will see people at their best, keep my word and choose to be happy, rather than right.
  9. I will accept that I am responsible for what I see…my thoughts, and how I choose to perceive the world is my choice; either to be positive and provide solutions, or to be negative, cynical and resistant to change. Therefore, I will practice discernment and not be judgemental, nor defend perspectives that are not harmonic and “Whole-istic” to those I encounter. 
  10. I will balance the pragmatism of things, be more creative and will trust my intuition.  
  11. I will practice the true meaning of faith in myself and learn to understand that “Believing, is seeing.”
  12. I will end each day in gratitude and deliberately review my successes in celebration of the positive momentum I’ve created toward my stated objectives.  
 
Suggested Prescription for Success:
  1. Practice 1 per month (or, be creative).
  2. Review monthly tenet before bed and in the morning (Practice commitment).
  3. Document your successes weekly and build Consistency (Start over when needed).

 

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With 20 years of Executive Coaching, Leadership Development and Career Transition Services to C-suite, “High-Potentials” and executive teams, to front line individual contributors, Rick has designed and launched key business and culture-specific initiatives that increase leadership influence, career satisfaction and performance “Excellence.”