It’s a brand new year. Now What?
Got plans to make this a great 2017?
Here are 5 things you should do after midnight 2017.
1. Thank God for bringing you through another year.
I know for some it could have been a rough year and things didn’t go as planned. The silver lining is that you are still here and standing at the doorstep of another year and another chance to see those dreams come to pass.
2. Kiss your Spouse or Significant Other.
It’s traditional and that’s just the natural and expected thing to do especially if you’re both still up and together after midnight. It’s also a great time to acknowledge that you have someone that has been there with you through 2016 and all the ups and downs that it brought. You made it together.
3. Think of ONE THING that you’re going to focus on for 2017.
One thing does not mean 7 different things. Key word is “Focus”. I’m not talking about a New Year’s resolution here, I’m talking about a specific goal that you are serious about making it happen. Write it down and put it somewhere that you will see everyday as a reminder.
4. Say Goodbye to 2016 once and for all.
Now I know what some of you are thinking. My 2016 rocked so why do I want to say goodbye to it. Saying goodbye doesn’t mean you’re not suppose to remember those good times, it means you are setting your sights on bigger and better this new year.
Some of you may need to say goodbye to 2016 because it brought heartache and disappointment. My prayer for you is that closing the door to 2016 will bring some type of closure from the past and usher in hope for a brighter tomorrow.
5. Get your hands on a copy of my book NEXT.
It’s a great resource that will inspire and motivate you to go after your dreams and goals in 2017.
“Dreamers are a dime a dozen; it’s the doers that change the world! If you’re ready to stop simply dreaming and start turning your dreams into action, then Next will show you the way.”
New York Times best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio show host
Order a copy of my book Next at: www.getyournextbook.com