Are you happy about the way your life is going?
Or do you feel as if you are going nowhere, your love life is just a laugh and your money situation gives you depression?
How would you like to build a new life? One that you would really love? A real, heart warming, fun filled life.
One in which you would start moving towards the things that you really want.
One in which you would have as much warm, close relationships and romance as you really want.
One in which you would give you all the results that you really want.
I hope that by now you will have got started on the easy to do and simple to understand plan that I set out in Part 1. If you haven’t started, go back to my blog on June 18, 2011 and start doing it now.
I know most of you will not have bothered. Most of you will have thought that it was not worth bothering about. You think that you could start it and work on it in your head. No need to write it down.
That will not work. You have to write what you are doing down. You have to write down how you are you are doing. Your list and any item that you are working on are NOT as important as writing everything down. Learning how to keep a daily diary is the power that will push your happiness plan forward. Just like the engine in a car is the power which pushes the car forward. Without an engine the car is going nowhere And without a daily diary, your plan is going nowhere.
Go back. Read part one and get started. We have lots of different ways make BIG changes in your life, make BIG improvements and to get the things that you want.
They all start with the SMALL step of thinking about what you want. Pick out an easy one to work on. Work on it AND KEEP A DIARY.
It sounds easy. It is. It is so simple that most people will not be bothered to do it. But. Writing it all down is the secret power that will push your plans up to higher levels. The levels where you want to be.
Try it. You have nothing to lose apart from the lousy life you’re leading now.
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More soon, Tom 🙂