It’s the middle of the first quarter of the New Year. Your year started out with a bang, you’re right on course and it continues to get better. You kept all your resolutions. The weight is falling off, you’ve stop smoking, and you’ve cleared out all the clutter from your office and home. Your finances are in order. You’re making room to attract more money and what you want to come into your life. You’re giving thought and time to improving your business and relationships with self, significant other, family, friends and business associates. You have a strategy in place to make this year the best year ever – personally and professionally. Your confidence is high; your self esteem is peaking. If this is you – great! Congratulations! You are definitely in the minority. If this is not you and you want to be part of this wonderful minority, you certainly can be. It is your choice.
There are natural obstacles that could cause procrastination at this time of the year. Like, just getting through the stress of the holidays, the changing of the seasons, the winter doldrums. There is a circadian rhythm that affects us in winter season – maybe a little depression sets in, or just being lazy. Don’t beat yourself up for not getting it done. You may just need more rest. These are all very normal emotions. This is all part of the human experience, so stop beating up on your self. Take several deep breaths, forgive those events and people that you need to, and clear your energy. Do the best you can. Get some rest, meditate, and visualize your desires for the new year, then allow the new, refreshed YOU to emerge. Your first job is to get into a joyful state. Then, you can start to create all your desires, wants, and needs.