Final All Hallows Eve?
Final New Years Eve?
But if it turns out to be true, will i look back on these two days (60 days apart) and wish i had done something differently, had i known for sure they would be my last?
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Happy New Year’s Eve, the biggest drinking day of the year, in the entire world.
What will your New Year’s (or whatever date you use) Resolution be for 2010?
How did you do with the one(s) you made in 2009?
If you are curious enough or smart enough to pay attention, you can learn a lot from what I share. But like anything where excellence is a goal, the focus has to be constant.
Not everyone can keep up. That’s just the law of nature. There’s only a certain type that has that focus and discipline. What type are you?
Looking back to my 2009 resolution to start an Internet-based business, here are some numbers, mostly for posterity (and certainly not to boast):
- 20 – 2008 Mid Life Celebration blog posts
- 312 – 2009 Mid Life Celebration blog posts
Humongous difference, eh?
Why? Because of:
Are you getting this? Mid Life Crisis versus Mid Life Celebration.
These are simply mid life words, but the difference between the two sets of words is as profound as the difference here:
- Hate and Love
- War and Peace
- Terrorist and Missionary
- Dishonest and Honest
- Criminal and Saint
- Death and Life
- Apathy and Passion
- Crisis and Celebration
Have I told you lately how much joy it brings to know there are others out there who benefit as much from Mid Life Celebration as I do?
Three days away from New Year’s Eve. Got big plans for 2010?