2015 has arrived!
The beginning of each year is the time to start anew—a time to figure out how we want to change, what needs to be changed, and how we are going to do it. Nothing stays the same and neither should you. Life is about growth and figuring out who we are and what we want as we travel through this journey.
Each year I make multiple New Years resolutions, and I’m 90% successful. Meaning, I fulfill I make a plan, create a strategy, and commit. There are a few more secrets, but those will be released with Flight to Success, be the captain of your life. This book is now in the hands of the editors, and will be in your hands soon! I’m planning by the end of January.
Some resolutions don’t occur because life happens, so we must be flexible. However, if you want to achieve something you must first decide and then make a plan to make it a reality. This is why I make so many resolutions… just like goals, when you make then, and tell people about them, it helps to make them a reality.
- Visit each of the grandkids once per month in Seattle, Austin, and Bend. I did it last year, will do it again!
- Golf with my husband once per month. And on a real course.
- Take two classes per quarter at ERAU toward PhD.
- Get glider rating. This is going to be a challenge with the schedule, but a worthwhile challenge.
- Paint daily. I’m going to get the big painting complete prior to the Aviation High School auction!
- Write first draft of Flight For Survival. I’m not making a commitment for a 2015 release.
- Movie: Write a movie script
- Publish two children's books
- Build the case for reducing total time flight hours for glider time, and cub or tail-dragger time, in my statistics course. Petition FAA for such program.
- Write A330 study guide.
- I was going to give up coffee, refreshers, sparkling ice water...but this year I am learning moderation. Thus, I'm going to be flexible on the no sugar this year.
- Meditate 20 minutes per day.
- Drink Shakeology daily.
- No sugar... except for a birthday cake for immediate family.
- Pure Barre—3 times per week when I’m in town.
- Piyo—4 days per week when home, and every day while on the road.
- At least 30 minutes cardio daily...
Many people begin the year with health and fitness goals. Those extra pounds to shed, wanting more stamina, etc. I have a challenge for you all. If weight loss and feeling better is your goal, contact my fitness coach—Krysta Wogen at KrystaWogen@gmail.com. Tell her I sent you and you’re on the Flight For Fitness with me. She will set you up on a great plan to reach your dreams, and you can be part of my team. The best way to be a success is with support.
Happy New Year!!!
What are your New Year’s resolutions?
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Make a commitment.
Enjoy the Journey