From a newsletter I subscribe to.
Over the next few days millions of people from around the world will sit down and try to figure out how to make 2007 a better year than they had in 2006.
Some will decide they need to work harderâ€¦even though they feel like theyâ€™re working pretty hard right now. Chances are that this decision wonâ€™t get the result theyâ€™re hoping for because working harder is almost never the answer. As Bob Proctor says, â€œthere are literally thousands upon thousands of honest, good, hard-working people who labor diligently for their entire stay on this planet, yet never become wealthy.â€
A large number of people will decide to make a New Yearâ€™s Resolution or two — maybe to go on a diet, quit smoking or get out of debt. According to the experts, more than 90% will fail to achieve their resolutions, with most having abandoned them by the end of January.
Then thereâ€™s a tragic group of folks who will think briefly about how theyâ€™d like to see things changeâ€¦but will remember all of the years theyâ€™ve failedâ€¦and will simply do nothing, hoping that their â€œluckâ€ will change for the better.