So the first 50 days of 2013 have come and gone. Even if you allow a day or two to recover (New Year’s parties, etc…) we’ve still stared down more than enough days to tell if we’re really serious about changing ourselves. So let me ask you the question:
Are you serious about bettering yourself? Have you committed to your goals for the year? Have you been on course to achieve them?
Or have you begun to listen to that nagging voice that says you can’t?
If you’re on track, whether physically, mentally, spiritually, or any other -ally, here’s my kudos to you. You’ve already begun K’ing some A this year and you will love the results. I’m interested to hear how things are going. I receive a few emails a week from people who are encouraged by this blog and want to say so; the truth is that I’m more encouraged by their words and effort than they are by me.
But they’re not the ones who need encouragement. The ones who need our help the most are those who believe they can’t or won’t achieve their goals. Is that you?
I don’t know what your goal is. I don’t care if it’s to be able to lift 100 lbs by the end of the year, to drop 5 dress sizes, to read War and Peace, to finish school, to open your own restaurant, or to study the Bible in depth. Only you know what your goal is. And YOU are the key to this entire equation.
There is no one who can hold you back more viciously than you will do to yourself. There is no one who can cheer you on more victoriously than you will do for yourself. In the end, you are all that matters.