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Resolutions or Goals? Choose Wisely

Do you make resolutions or goals to start a new year?  Are they pretty much the same, or are they different?

People make resolutions – People break resolutions. People make goals – People break …, well maybe not.  The number one resolution each year has to do with weight loss.  But it’s also the one that is forgotten or given up on the fastest.

And for those of us in the home business arena, it’s important to know the difference between resolutions and goals, because choosing to create a goal can move you more toward business success.

Here are some articles that may shed some light for you.

Kenneth J. Kerr


There is a difference between a resolution and a goal. Millions of people have resolutions, but very few in comparison have goals. Resolutions are often hastily-made preferences, brought about by the reflection we mentioned

Resolution Time – What’s the Difference Between a Goal and a


Resolution Time – What’s the Difference Between a Goal and a Dream? Dec30 by RealStreet LLC. This slideshow requires JavaScript. by Dave Miller. It’s time for the age old tradition of making your New Year’s resolution. Do you really think

The Power of Goal Setting – How To Write Defined Goals | Patricia J


Goals are the driving force behind all achievement. The person with defined goals knows exactly what they want out of life and how they wish to receive it.

And now words of wisdom on goal setting from Jim Rohn, one of my favorite business philosophers.

Jim Rohn Setting Goals Part 1

www.AsAManThinketh.net for a Free eBook of one of Jim Rohn’s favorite books. In this video the legendary teacher, trainer and mentor to millions worldwide shares some very simple yet profound steps we can take when setting goals. Part One.

So now you have some insight on the differences between resolutions and goals, and the importance of choosing to set goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, reasonable and timely.  I wish you the best of success in 2012.

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5 Steps to Optimal Health

Are you looking to become healthier and have a better quality of life?    Well here are 5 simple steps that you can take to begin the journey to optimal health.

1.  Drink enough water.

How much is enough?  That actually varies, but considering your body is over 55% water, you should be drinking between 3 and 4 quarts per day, depending on whether you’re a woman or a man.  Don’t wait til you’re thirsty.  That indicator is a “little bit late to the party” if you get my drift.

2.   Exercise

The dreaded “E” word, right?  Well we’re not talking about running a marathon here, just an increase in your daily activity.  Requiring no equipment,  and something that can be accomplished in small time increments, increasing your walking is a great way to start.

3.   Cleanse

Oh boy, there’s one nobody wants to discuss in polite society.     But if you realized how much disease, lack of energy, and weight problems are caused by not properly cleansing your colon, you’d be amazed.

4.   Nourish

Eating is not necessarily nourishing.  You have to give your body the right nutrients to keep it working at peak efficiency.  We’re talking good nutrition here, but you also nourish your body through sleep, rest and relaxation.

5.   Target

We’re all different, and therefore have different health concerns.  What matters is that we understand that we need to take responsibility for our health and quality of life.  By providing nutritional support to target those areas,  we have a better chance at prevention when it comes to future problems.

So there you are, 5 simple steps that you can start with to improve your health and quality of life.

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Feel free to leave a comment about any of these 5 steps, as well as pass this along on facebook or twitter if you feel it would be of value to others.  Thanks, I wish you the best of health!