While we receive so many greetings and expressed wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year, it is up to us individually to resolve and commit to making our dreams come true.
Before the New Year's ball drops, make a list of your top 10 New Year's resolutions with a commitment.
For some, this event is no more than a change of a calendar. For others, the New Year symbolizes the beginning of a better tomorrow, with hope, faith, and a commitment. So, if you’re looking forward to a good year ahead, spread happiness with wonderful New Year wishes.
When the clock strikes midnight on December 31st, people all over the world cheer and wish each other a happy and prosperous New Year. Here’s my New Year’s wish for you: May your right hand always be extended in friendship, never in want.
While we receive so many greetings and expressed wishes for a happy and prosperous New Year, it is up to us individually to resolve and commit to making our dreams come true
Happiness and prosperity go hand in hand, but you can be happy without prosperity and you can be prosperous without happiness. And when we can combine happiness and prosperity, they synergize each other in a way that can make 2012 the best year ever.
New Year's resolutions make dreams come true. A resolution is a commitment
— not a wish — a commitment to good deeds. And I share with you my fundamental belief: The more we enrich others, the more enriched we become.
I hope you join me in a resolve and commitment to make 2012 the best year ever.
Here are some important things to consider incorporating into your New Year's resolutions. Focus on family, friends, your business or your profession, your purpose and your mission in life.
Relative to a prosperous New Year focus on ways you can help people stop losing money to the IRS and stop losing money on Wall Street. Help them stop procrastinating and engage money smart ways to enjoy more income, more growth and less tax.
My no. 1 New Year’s Resolution: Continue to pursue my mission and my passion.
My mission over a span of three decades continues to be helping people accumulate wealth on the way to their retirement
and to help people in retirement enjoy more income, more growth and less tax.
And my motto is: The more we enrich others the more enriched we become.
My mission, my passion and my motto encompass my family, friends, clients and associates with happiness and prosperity.
Here are a couple of recommendations to include in your New Year's resolutions:
Help people become Money Smart.
Focus on Tuesday, November 6, 2012
I want to place emphasis on helping people become money smart. Here’s why: In 2011, we witnessed more than a million home foreclosures and 1.5 million bankruptcies. In America, we experience more than 2,700 home foreclosures every day and more than 4,000 bankruptcies every single day. And the federal defect is growing by $3.4 billion every day, seven days a week. Yes, we have a mission to help people become money smart.
What’s the importance of Tuesday, November 6, 2012 on your New Year's resolution list? You have little more than 10 months to prepare for the presidential election — to vote for the president that best fits your fundamental beliefs, philosophy and your mission of life.
The secrets to making New Year's resolutions come true
1. Make a list of your top 10 resolutions.
2. Review the list often – reaffirm and commit.
3. Reward yourself for accomplishing each resolution.
4. Make your resolutions your mission, your passion.
5. Reward others who help you accomplish your resolutions.
6. Recognize your responsibility to others; the more you enrich others, the more enriched you will become.
7. Don’t settle for happiness or prosperity; you want both.
8. Work aggressively to help remove Americans’ greatest fear.
The greatest fear in America is running out of money in retirement or going bust before retirement. What’s the solution? The answer lies in your hands.
We have a great opportunity to help people enjoy more income, more growth and less tax. It’s time to get motivated for the greatest year ever — the year 2012.
My New Year’s wish for you is that you accomplish what you set out to do and I will be working hard to help you accomplish your mission — that’s my New Year's resolution.
May everyone enjoy a happy and prosperous 2012.