Happy New Year

New Year’s Hopes, Not Resolutions!

Not only are we on the threshold of a New Year, but also a new decade. It’s an exciting time to look back at the last year and to welcoming in a new year. The first day of 2020 is normally a time of making resolutions.  I’m not a fan of making resolutions. So instead of making New Year’s resolutions this year, why not put down some New Year’s HOPES? Hopes are different from resolutions. They are possibilities. Hopes are sort of the starting point of what you’re going to do next.
In my mini Distraction podcast on “Make New Year’s Hopes, Not Resolutions.” I encourage you to think about your hopes for 2020 and take stock for a minute to count the good things you can count, and celebrate the year that ended. Let yourself hope as big as you want or as small as you want.
My hope for all of you and my hope for myself is that in 2020, I get better at receiving love and turning it into growth, confidence, joy and all the good things that come in life.

Let’s get in the right mindset to welcome the new year and decade to come.  LISTEN NOW and take time to reflect on your hopes for 2020.

I wish you all a really, really, Happy New Year and decade to come. May you achieve your hopes for 2020.

If one of your hopes is to start doing what matters most to you in 2020, get my Top 10 Tips on managing your time, attention and energy in this Crazybusy world. You’ll learn how to take stock of what matters most to you and do what you most want to do.

It’s so easy to get caught up in the daily demands of this crazybusy world of ours and to lose sight of our dreams. Don’t let life pass you by without doing the things you most want to do. Whether it’s traveling to a certain destination, learning something new, or trying out a new career, chances are that with some careful planning, you can make it a reality.

Take time to remember the “festivity” of what the holiday brings.

Read Dr. Hallowell’s 2019 Happy New Year’s Message.

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