We’re coming up to another new year. Most people take this time to reflect on their life and vow to make some positive changes in the coming year.
I’m all for making our life better, taking on good habits, letting bad ones go.
The problem is that most of us have great intentions and start off the new year strong but in a few weeks we slowly slip back into the old habits and nothing ends up changing. Sound familiar?
Now some people say the way to avoid this disappointment is not to make any resolutions in the first place then you don’t have to worry about not keeping them!
I think we should always be working on making better choices in our lives, everyday not just at New Year’s. If you’re not moving forward you’re slipping back.
Making changes takes courage, strength and discipline this is true AND we all have these qualities in us, sometimes they’re just hiding from us.
To make changes you need to come from a strong foundation. The foundation of your whole life, body, mind and spirit is your nervous system. This is where you live. This is what tells your whole body how to work, think, live!
Getting adjusted on a regular basis will strengthen your nervous system, make the foundation stronger. As your foundation, your power increases you will be able to tap in to all your God given abilities more and more. This will make it more possible for you to make the postive changes in your life and stick with them. It will help you to finally start achieving those goals you have been dreaming about for so long.
If you start getting adjusted on a regular basis your life will get better, simple as that. If you make your nervous system stronger, make your foundation stronger you can’t help getting better and I’m talking EVERY part of your life. So this New Year take the courage (I know you can do it!) to step up to the plate and invest in yourself. Come in and get dialed in to an unlimited plan. If you’re ready I want to help you. It’s one resolution you’ll never regret!
Happy New Year all!
P.S. Wave to me at the Rose Parade. I’ll be in a white suit and red helmet on a scooter!