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Estate Planning Awareness Month: Don’t Let Your Clients Fall Victim to These Common Myths

by Webmaster Admin on January 1st, 2022
Happy New Year 2022

Many people enjoy creating New Year’s Resolutions to tackle January with enthusiasm and the motivation that comes with the hope of a fresh start of bettering themselves in the New Year.

While New Year’s Resolutions are great in theory, they often seem to not stick as we get busy, and life gets in the way. Before you know it, March has rolled around, and those important New Year’s resolutions are no longer a priority.

Start Small
For me, it helps to start small. I have found that focusing in on how my daily habits can help me achieve my larger goals, creates traction for me. Knowing this, I decided to think about what I truly wanted for myself in 2022 and started on those habits now – in November. For example, eating more healthy and becoming more physical fit are now goals that I want to focus on as a part of my daily routine. 

For 2022, I am committing to working out at home or at the gym each day, which naturally leads me to want to eat healthier. I know that if I can get into a regular routine now, it will be much easy to keep my commitments going forward and stick to these modified habits consistently throughout the New Year.

While creating healthy habits are vitally important to achieving our goals, consistency is the key ingredient. This means I may need to remind myself why these daily habits are important to me.  

What helps to keep me on track is reading (or listening) to books, such as Atomic Habits by James Clear, and sharing with my family, friends, and colleagues about my goals to increase my motivation and accountability.

So why not start your New Year’s resolutions today? There is no time like the present!

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