Saturday, January 7, 2012

Forget Resolutions Go For Real Solutions


H- have faith in your abilities

A- advertise and market

P-post positive, handwritten notes to others

P-provide opportunities to grow

Y-yearn to be a success



N-network

E- enjoy the process

W- worry less, work more



Y-yearly mental and physical health checkup

E-educate yourself about your audience

A-adopt the 7 habits of highly effective people

R-rest, relax, renew



Thanks to my co-author Anita Tieman for this fun way to look at the new year.












Martha Swirzinski            Anita Tieman


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8 comments:

Mary Jo Guglielmo said...

Love it! Especially work more, worry less.

Irene Latham said...

Fantastic advice! Esp. love the one about handwritten notes and "worry less, work more." Yes.

elysabeth said...

This is an absolutely perfect way to look at our goals/resolutions. Thanks for sharing, Martha and Anita. I'm reposting this and hopefully will drive some more traffic everywhere. See you all in the postings - E :)

Elysabeth Eldering
Author of Finally Home, a YA paranormal mystery
"The Proposal" (an April Fools Day story), a humorous romance
"The Tulip Kiss", a paranormal romance ebook
"Bride-and-Seek", a paranormal romance ebook
"Butterfly Halves", a YA fantasy ebook
http://elysabethsstories.blogspot.com
http://eeldering.weebly.com

Ma America, The Travelin' Maven
Author of the JGDS, 50-state, mystery, trivia series and "Train of Clues" (a mystery destination story and predecessor to the JGDS series)
Where will the adventure take you next?
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Karen Cioffi said...

What an inventive way to focus on success. I'll be linking to this article.

Karen Cioffi Writing and Marketing

Heidiwriter said...

Great! Love it!!

Magdalena Ball said...

How fun! Easy to remember and sensible too.

Anonymous said...

I love your creative Happy New Year message. :)

Anonymous said...

Wonderful advice!

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