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Resolution Solution – Part 4

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It is now a few weeks past January 1st, and it may be time to re-think again about the New Years resolution you made for yourself. Think about why you wanted to bring about those changes into your life. Remember the end result you wanted from that resolution. It gets tough for the majority of people even by the end of January to stick with their resolution. This is evidenced in the statistic that by the end of January, the majority of people with New Years resolutions have already given up on them.

That is a shame. This is the perfect time to think about how you can make this resolution manifest for your life. You may have to dig down a little bit more and realize the changes you need to bring into your life. You may need to talk to your supportive friends and family members and engage their help. You made need a plan.

If you need help with a plan so you can accomplish your New Years resolution to be healthy, this is your plan to success! Every day for 30 days, is completely laid out for you to follow. It is easy to follow. The recipes are not complicated, but are all very good! To be successful always requires a plan. This is a great plan!

All plans have steps to them, to be done in a specific order to ensure success. Your New Years resolution will require steps to be taken to be successful. The first step is the thought, the thought that there is a change you want to make. Most likely, this has been a thought you have had several times. For most people, their New Years resolution comes about  after they have thought about the matter for a period of time. It is a big enough issue driving millions of people to make a decision that going forward from January 1, they strongly desire to make that change.

To be successful in your New Years resolution:

Step 1: Be clear on your New Years resolution.

Step 2: Take action.

Step 3: Commit to your New Years resolution

Step 4: Have a plan in place that will allow you to be successful at your New Years resolution.

The very delicious kale salad I made only came about because all of the above steps were followed.Step 1) I had an idea, the kale salad. Step 2) I took action, I bought the kale and all the other ingredients I wanted in the salad. Step 3) I committed to making the salad and the dressing for it. Step 4) I had a plan in order to create this delicious salad for my family to keep them healthy!

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