2011 was a difficult year to say the least. Oprah left the air. Regimes that have stood for over 40 years toppled. Many of our own leaders were involved in scandals as they attempted to legislate morality to the rest of us. We continue to be in the worst recession ever and people are hurting everywhere. People need answers! What are you going to do in 2012 to make your life better and influence the lives of others?
Here are 3 tips to help you “live smarter not harder” in 2012.
1. Clear the clutter out of your environment. – Clutter leads to confusion and indecisiveness. Are you looking for things and can’t find them or finding things you forgot you had? Organizing your physical environment is a great beginning to help you get and keep your mind clear and your thoughts in order.
2. Take time for reflection. – All too often we are sooo… busy. We move from one task to another quickly without even thinking. How can you figure out where you’re going if you never take time to think about where you’ve been or better yet, where you are? In order to determine your path in this journey of life, and make things happen, take some time to reflect.
3. Take action! – Procrastination is the major killer of potential. We are all born with the potential to be great at something. By staying in situations where we are comfortable and not challenged, we slow our personal growth and end up not living the life we were meant to live. Take action! Stretch out. Start small but stay persistent. When one goal is accomplished, take time to assess, reflect and evaluate it’s impact on your overall life as you prepare to move to the next goal. Don’t stop! See how your life will blossom and living life becomes easier and more enjoyable .
There are many more tips to living ” smarter not harder” which I will share throughout 2012. Subscribe to my blog and join the journey of transformation and live the BEST LIFE EVER.
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Naomi D. Jones – LifeCoachRN