So, what are you deciding to do this year? I decided not to set new year’s resolutions since the success stats aren’t so great. This doesn’t mean I’m not thinking about how to be a better version of myself and how to help my client’s to be better versions of themselves. Instead of thinking of January 1st as the only day you can start anew, how about thinking of each day as a fresh new start? A new chance to do right for yourself and for those you love?
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