Take Advantage of Leap Day 2016
Once every four years, one day is added to our calendar - February 29. This is called a Leap Year which synchronizes with the astronomical or seasonal year. The 365-day year is called a common year. February 29 is the Leap Day.
It is time to take stock of where we are in respects to our relationships, productivity and accomplishments as it relates to New Year's resolution.
Here are a few things to keep in mind as you do so:
1. Don't be discouraged! This is too early in the year to start expecting bid accomplishments. This exercise is to give you the opportunity to recommit, to review what you have done and if there are any changes or adjustments needed thus far.
2. Review possibility of achieving your goal. Any goal that is achieved year after year is not set high enough. Our goals should be high enough that we achieve it 80% of the times.
3. Reevaluate your focus. Has your focus changed? You may now need to change or delete a goal your started with due to a change in your focus. Never allow this to slow you down. Change is positive and energizing!
4. Savor the moment! Focus on the positive not on the negative. Give yourself a tap on the shoulder for all you have done this far and for the possibilities that lay ahead.
5. Dream! See yourself achieving all your goals at the end of the year.
Have a happy day!