New Year’s Resolutions: Take a Self Improvement Action for Success

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Tools from the Center for New Psychology
Publisher: Doris Jeanette, Holistic Psychology Mentor, Coach
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You have a fresh, new year to create the life you want.

You do not need to punish yourself if you did not reach your
New Year’s Resolutions or goals last year.  You can start
anew in 2012 with self-improvement and personal growth.

Just think, you could:

Exercise and lose weight.
Relax and lower your blood pressure.
Dance and enjoy moving your body.
Lose weight and be more sensual.
Make love more often.
Make more money.
Say goodbye to any unhealthy behaviors.

You are the boss. You get to choose and create your goals.
And you are the one who will determine the results you get.

Take a look at your fresh, new year and make a list.  Be
bold, realistic and smart.  Put in your intention to use
your intuition, natural strengths and creativity to make
2012 the best year ever in your personal and professional

If you did not reach your New Year’s Resolutions last year,
you probably did not learn something new and take action on
what you learned.  In other words, you did not do what you
had to do to reach your goals.

Doing nothing is a sure way not to be successful in
self-improvement and personal growth.

Instead of doing nothing, you could take the steps that
lead to your success.

There are always new skills you need to know in order to
reach your goals.  Self-improvement is an ongoing process
of learning new relationships skills, coping skills and
self-loving skills.

Therefore, continuing education is the best investment you
can make in yourself and your future. When you take courses
and listen to audio recordings, you learn new skills.
When you use your new skills you move forward.

In addition, if you choose good teachers, mentors and holistic
psychologists, you will definitely reach your goals.  There
is an energy magic that happens when you hook up with an
effective mentor.  With confidence, you follow through with
the steps that lead you to your New Year’s Resolutions.

Then you will have a great, big smile on your face at the end
of 2012 because you have successfully reached your personal
growth goals and fulfilled your New Year’s Resolutions.

For Professionals: Make sure your continuing education adds
new holistic psychology skills to your tool box that improves
your performance with clients.  Seek out mentors and teachers
who help you develop your own intuition, natural talents and
show you faster, more effective ways to help clients.  In the
future, psychology will not rely on talk therapy and

For Parents: Engage your children in personal growth and
self-improvement.  Let them be creative and show you how to
be more successful.  The younger they are, the less anxious
and controlled they are likely to be. Children are never too
young to engage in behaviors that keep them–and you–open,
free and joyful.


CONTINUING EDUCATION: Self-help audio, special
reports and online courses have been created using
holistic psychology principles, mind-body information
and relationship advice to teach you the new skills you
need to know in order to reach your New Year’s Resolutions.
Learn to relax, be a better lover, overcome anxiety and
open your heart to more love.

Read the list of holistic psychology personal growth
products created for you.

Place an order by Jan. 10 and get a discount coupon
worth 20% off your next order.


PROFESSIONALS: Sign up for a no-cost tele-seminar,
“Get More Clients in 2012.”  I have never been part of
managed care and began to study marketing 30 years ago.
I know how to help you get more clients and make more
money.  Sign up for the no-cost tele-seminar and you
will get the recording even if you cannot attend
the session.

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Doris Jeanette, Psy.D.
licensed psychologist
503 S. 21 St.
Philadelphia, PA 19146

Mentor, radio host, columnist and author

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