2013 - A Process, Not A Destination

The new year ushers in new beginnings, new goals, new dreams, and new ambitions. In other words, new year resolutions. We make lists of things we want to change in our lives and hope that the new year will magically help us achieve those resolutions. For most of us, the excitement of this new beginning quickly wears off and we are back to doing the same things we were doing just a few months ago. Why is that? Do we lose the fire we had at the beginning of the year? Do we lose focus? Do we get discouraged because we don't see immediate results. Whatever the reason, it happens to us all. Too often we think of these goals as hard stops and you either did it or you didn't. I like to look at it as a gauge we can use to measure our progress towards our individual improvement.

With that I say, think of it as a journey, not a destination. We will have our ups and downs throughout 2013. Let's hope that by the end of the year we can look back and say that we are at a better place than when the year started. I'm sure we will. 

We thank you for your continued support and look forward to exciting things this year. Happy new year. Let's take it to the next level.

Overcome. Achieve. IKUNA.  

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