I remember the excitement of Christmas Eve when I was a kid. So many possibilities lurked in the boxes under the tree, it was a time of real wonder.
Over the last week, I’ve shared with you what I learned about the importance of knowing why you want to change, how motivation comes from taking action (not the other way around) and how habits help us take action consistently. I then wrote about how you can use those tools to understand where you’re at, set achievable goals begin to understand how you’re going to achieve those goals by identifying who can help or hinder you. All of this is interspersed with some of the tips I learned along the way.
These emails are my Christmas gift to you.
I hope you’ve had a chance to open them, absorb them and begin to think about, and perhaps start to take action towards making any changes you desire in 2016. Please do take time to go back over the archive and let me know how you're getting on.
There’s plenty more content to come between now and 4th January so I’ll give you a couple of days to catch up.
But do look out for my email tomorrow because I'll share a deep insight that to this day keeps me very motivated.
Meanwhile, I know that Christmas isn't always a time of comfort and joy. If that's true for you, I hope this helps:
Christmas -- that magic blanket that wraps itself about us, that something so intangible that it is like a fragrance. It may weave a spell of nostalgia. Christmas may be a day of feasting, or of prayer, but always it will be a day of remembrance -- a day in which we think of everything and everyone we have ever loved. (Augusta E. Rundel)