How to make 2018 your best year?

Believe in your vision and gifts, always have Self-confidence.

Start your day with 20 minutes of exercise so you perform better and serotonin so you feel more joyful—and peaceful.

Be the kindest person you know.

Be a celebrator of other’s talents versus a critic. Haters never win.

Stop watching TV . Instead, invest your time and resources into your pro and personal growth.

Remember that your nutrition affects your mood plus your production so eat like an elite athlete. In 2018, really calibrate you’re eating plan

Release the energy vampires and dream destroyers from your life.

Write in a journal every morning. And record gratitude every night.

Start doing things that scare you and embracing the pursuits that terrify you.

Let go of your past. It’s dusty history. And polluting your future. It all happened for a reason. To get you to here. So you make 2018 YOUR year.

Smile more

Ritualize the habit of reading for 60 minutes every day.

Stop gossiping complaining and condemning in the New Year. It drains your cognitive bandwidth and fills you with dangerous emotions.

Take a nature walk every day. It’ll clear your mind, boost your fitness and feed your spirit.

Forgive the unforgiving in your life.

Measure your success by your impact instead of your income.

Do something that makes you feel uncomfortable at least once every 7 days.

Say “sorry” when you know you should say “sorry”.

Say “please” and “thank you” a lot.

Remember that to double your income, triple your investment in learning, coaching and self-education.

Drink more water in 2018. And get more rest in the New Year

Write handwritten thank you notes to your customers, teammates and family members.

Be slow to criticize people and fast to affirm their gifts, talents and worth.

Use the first 90 minutes of your workday only on value-creating activities

Breathe. Deeply. Constantly.

Learn to meditate in 2018. No more excuses.

Read a book a week, invest in a course every month and attend a workshop every quarter.

Travel often.

Know your values. And then have the guts to live them—no matter what the crowd thinks and how the herd lives.

Become the fittest person you know. Multiply your vitality and you’ll increase your creativity, productivity and prosperity. Exponentially.

Know your “Big 5”—the 5 goals you absolutely must achieve by December 31 to make this year your best

Stop being selfish. Contributing to the lives of others is a great move for more joyfulness and peacefulness in your days.

Remember that the quality of your friends will predict the size of your fortune.

Know that rising into the rare-air of best in world isn’t easy. Anything extraordinary demands rigor, sacrifice and extreme courage. And yet, it’s worth it.

Trust that in the end, everything will work out. And if it hasn’t all worked out, it’s not the end.

Remember that life’s just too short to play small with your gifts. Commit to your best life today.

Take a “risk,” and fail. You learn from doing something incorrectly or not getting a desired result. To advance and lead, you have to take risks and seek opportunities to continuously learn. Don’t let the possibility of failure hinder you from acting and increasing your knowledge and chances for success.

Reach out to someone new. Expand your network. The more people you know, the greater the opportunities that are available to you. A small, strong network is great. even better.

Say “no.” Accepting opportunities can lead to new opportunities, but saying “no” once in a while lets people know you are not a doormat. Don’t let people make decisions for you. Keep your decision-making power to yourself.

Give yourself a mental break.

Let your mind wander. A mental break may be the key to identifying opportunities. Move away from technology, and allow yourself to daydream and create connections that might not otherwise be apparent. Don’t feel guilty about zoning out. This is your opportunity to zone in on your career advancement.

Sometimes, knowing your ultimate goal can make it difficult to see the path that can lead you there. To get yourself going in the right direction and advance your career, use this checklist to position yourself for opportunities.

Keep it simple

Don’t try to change everything at once. If you decide to lose half your body weight, run your first marathon and marry Mr Right in 2018, you are likely to fall at the first hurdle.

Swap motivation for inspiration. Motivation itself implies that it's something we don't want to do. We don't need to feel motivated to go on holiday! We don't need to feel motivated to treat ourselves to a massage or a nice meal! So turn your motivation in to inspiration! What can you get excited about instead?

It's the little things that make all the difference

All that aside, if you really want to create a fulfilling life, you need to commit to small, daily success habits. These really are as simple as generating energy through exercise; prioritizing quality sleep; meditation and mindfulness and reading personal development books.

Start at the beginning

Review, Review, Review

Whilst possibly the most simple step, this could also be the most challenging. We have to take a look at how did we get to where we are right now? What did we do that went well? What did we suck at? Where did we really not put the effort in?

Taking the time to go through this process is truly enlightening. Why? Because it makes you 100% responsible for your current situation. (FYI - if you are not ready to own that fact, you are not ready to make changes).

Decide to make some changes</