Why resolutions don't work

December 11, 2008 12:00:00 AM PST
Resolutions don't work! Discover four simple steps to charting a course for the New Year and achieving what you really want. Relationship expert Dr. Brenda Wade explains how.

Charting a course for the New Year:
You have made resolutions many times before, we all have. Resolutions don't work. But, you can your achieve dreams and desires. Break habitual patterns in your thinking and behavior, review lessons learned in 2008, set goals for 2009, and create and a new life story for the New Year. The process will encourage you to set grander and greater dreams, all in accordance with your own personal life purpose and inner guidance.

Simple steps to replacing your resolutions with what really works

1. Ask, "What is my biggest insight or lesson learned in 2008?" Write it down (you'll be building on it!).

2. Set intention. "What do I want to see manifest in my life in '09?" Write it down in detail (so clear you can smell it, taste it, and feel it).

3. Ask, "What in me could stop me from creating my intention in '09?" Write it down (then burn or rip it up).

4. Create a mental picture of what you want and review it every night before you go to sleep (the last thought at night programs your subconscious mind).

About Dr. Brenda Wade:
Dr. Wade is the NBC Today Show's Family - Relationship Expert, and regularly appears on shows such as Oprah and Good Morning America. In the San Francisco Bay Area, Dr. Wade hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is regularly interviewed by multiple news channels on various health issues.

Dr. Wade is both producer and host of the PBS television pledge special Power Choices. She also hosted the nationally-syndicated television program "Can This Marriage Be Saved?" The program was based on the column of the same name which has run in the Ladies Home Journal magazine for over 40 years. The San Francisco Chronicle described Dr. Wade's demeanor on the program as "?always knowledgeable, selectively tough or sympathetic." The Boston Globe stated Dr. Wade's manner on the show mixed with "the magic of television, encouraged [people] to respond?," and that the show had an "odd integrity", not often viewed in a TV talk/relationship program.

Heartline Productions, Inc. was founded by Dr. Wade to produce quality media programs that focus on transforming lives.

For more information, visit www.docwade.com


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