Hope isn’t a strategy. Action IS!
For most of us, this is the time of the year when hope springs eternal.
We’re revved up for an exciting new year, determined to change all of the things that didn’t work last year so we can pound the ball out of the park in 2014.
Nothing wrong with any of that.
Commitment, momentum, focus … these are the energies that will fuel our engine and help us jumpstart 2014 with the vigor and rigor that we need to make this year the most successful ever.
Are your initiatives starting to drag just a bit?
The gum does kinda lose its flavor on the bedpost overnight, doesn’t it?
We don’t get far into the new year before we discover that it’s much easier to start than to finish.
We struggle to keep the engine stoked with the same energy that propelled us into the New Year.
We begin to feel some of the air already coming out of the tires, and begin to wonder … “where did that new-found energy go”?
What’s that whimpering sound?
It comes back to that whimpering sound of “hope springs eternal.”