What You Do in the Last 4 Counts!

People tend to evaluate and re-evaluate their lives every year toward the end of the year so that they can head into the New Year ready to go!

I’m here to tell you that what you do in the last 4 months counts!

How are you setting yourself up now?  Don’t wait until Dec 31st to decide how you are going to do things differently…

Start now!

I’m telling you this…

About 5 years ago I stopped waiting and I actually started looking at the last 4 months of the year as a time of amazing opportunity…

The difference in my life is ASTOUNDING!!

Take the last couple of weeks of August to decide what you REALLY want!

  • Do you want more money?
  • Do you want to lose weight and get in the best shape of your life?
  • Do you want to attract a wonderful, supportiv and passionate relationship?
  • Do you want to grow your business?
  • Do you want to start making money from your passion?

First ask yourself what it is you want?

Then ask yourself why you want it?

Then use the last 4 months to START NOW!

Imagine if you start now instead of waiting until Jan 1…

Imagine if you take the pressure off the New Year and start moving toward the life you want to design now?

Imagine if you are just that little bit ahead of the game…

  1. What do you want?
  2. Why do you want it?
  3. What can you do RIGHT NOW to move 1step (just 1) toward what you want?

Imagine if you took 1 step a day, every day between today and Dec 31st, toward your goals…

  • How much farther would you be?
  • How different would your life be?
  • How different would you be?

Just 1 step a day…

These last 4 count…let’s do it!

Leave me a comment to let me know what you want and why and if you are going to commit to taking 1 step a day starting NOW!

Go Big!

Kristen


One Response to “What You Do in the Last 4 Counts!”

  1. Rosemary says:

    As I have and am very grateful to have a loving and supportive relationship (we have been married nearly 29 years), my dreams center around money. I have the effects of money, as over the years, my husband and I have bought a series of our dream houses and live in one now, we have aging but good quality, even luxury (mine is a 2000 Lexus LS400) cars. I have my real estate business and a beautiful office building in which to build it. What consumes my thoughts are fears of losing those things, because of my fear, doubt and worry about money. The economy worsens, and I am in the very uncomfortable position of not knowing whether I can pay my bills, make my payroll (I have only one employee, and she has become more a burden than a help) or even to buy groceries and other necessities. In looking over your list of “Do I’s”, three of them feel the same to me: Do I want more money? Yes, definitely! Do I want to grow my business? Yes, absolutely! Do I want to start making money from my pssion? Yes, and real estate is my passion. Helping people is my passion. Solving problems is my passion. It has been ever thus. The first step? I have increased the time I devote to my business, but fear even that is not enough. I have increased the quality of my work, branched out into areas of real estate into which I had not ventured previously (like bank-owned properties, preparing broker price opinions to get those listings, even exploring loan modifications, again, to make money but also to help people who need that service and can benefit from my service). My question is, what is the next step? Over my 61 years, I have been taking steps all the time, and the emphasis on taking the first step implies to me that I have not taken any steps yet. What is the next step? I am always inspired to do what is necessary, completely, with integrity and based on my knowledge and experience, and it brings me great satisfaction. Now, I want it to bring me money, so that I stop with the infernal “is this enough?” I want the money, NOW! The only question of those you asked that I can act on right now is Do I want to lose weight and get in the best shape of my life? Yes! And so I shall close this out by saying I’m going to do my interval training, as I have done three times a week for the past four weeks. Thanks for the constant reminders.

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