I just posted a new article on “Clearing Space for What’s Important.” It occurred to me, why wait until the new year to start a new habit? Here’s a good one to start right now, before the holiday madness sets in: Getting your priorities straight. Making room for what’s really important at the end of the year. Letting go of some of the things on your “must-do” list.
The paradox / mantra / mindful intention that can help you with this habit: “Saying no, when appropriate, will enable me to say yes to what’s really important.”
So check out these 4 steps to creating your “end-of-the-year” resolution. I encourage you to take time to do it now. Otherwise you might find, as Ginger Rogers once said, that “if you don’t stand for something, you’ll stand for anything.”
I invite you to share what’s working for you:
- What new choices have you made for how you will spend your time?
- What’s most important to you?
- What have you crossed of your “must do” list? And how does that feel?