Just when you most expect it

Now that the dust has settled from your New Year’s celebration and you are squarely faced with your resolutions for 2013 – whatever they may be – I’d like to take a moment to reflect on the power that you harness to create meaningful and lasting change in your life.

It’s not every day that personal transformation occurs. The truth is that most often we are transformed by completely unanticipated events, which is why having insurance is such a necessity these days. Whether it be a car accident, sudden illness, loss of job – whatever – there are things that occur in life which can have a rather profound impact and transform the way you think and act going forward.

Now….take a moment and picture the last time you experienced a permanent positive change in your life. I’m talking about a shift so great that things have never been the same since. Things like the birth of your children, the day you were married, winning a highly coveted award in your profession, graduating from college, etc. These things do not occur very often in life. Plus, most of them have many moving parts and are not completely within your control.

Thankfully, you have the ability right now to create and control something this powerful….this meaningful….this impactful, all on your own and whenever you choose! All that is required is VISION (what you want to do), DISCIPLINE (adhering to the plan) and DETERMINATION (desire for it to continue). From there it is smooth sailing and, just think….years from now you can look back on your accomplishments with tremendous pride.

I dare you to plan your transformative event now….and have it occur just when you most expect it. Good luck and Happy New Year!

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4 responses to “Just when you most expect it

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