Creating Goals for 2012 that Stick (like glue)


Here it comes, my favorite time of the year.

A time for hope and optimism.

A time to do things better than last year.

A new habit.

A new attitude.

A new opportunity.

A new you.

This Year I want you to create goals that stick, I want your New Year’s Resolutions to be exciting and hopeful, not full of cynicism and defeat before you have even begun.

This Year is going to be better, this year your goals will stick. I have spent the last few days putting together a guide to help you create goals that are right for you, goals that excite you. The guide will teach you to spot the pitfalls and remind you that it is ok to fail from time to time, it’s how long you stay lying down that matters.

How to Create Goals for 2012 that will Stick (like glue)

If you are a subscriber you will receive this free gift shortly by email. If you are not subscribed to my blog, you can do so now and receive the free guide for this week only plus my free eBook Clear the Clutter; Find your Life.

I hope you benefit from the guide and as always I would love to hear your feedback, by telling me what you like and don’t like will help me to give you more of what you want and less of what you don’t want.

Have a wonderful New Year and good Luck setting your goals.

Image: Lg Color Glue Stick by Uhusamples

Related Posts

Comments (6)

Ciara, hello
I wish you a very happy New Year full of success, achievements, joy and upgrade in all aspects of life.
You deserve it and you can easily go for it.
This article is a wonder symphony for the New Year 2012. It is a bloom of it.

Best wishes,


Ciara, I’d like to comment on a phrase I’ve read in this article and in another one.
The phrase says: “…it’s how long you stay lying down that matters.”
Don’t you agree with me that what really matter is not how long you stay lying down, but how quick you stand up and recover from that fall!
To me the phrase sounds like: the more you stay lying down there, the better; But if we say: ‘…it’s how short you stay lying down that matters’, it emphasizes the shorter you stick in that situation the better; so don’t stay in that state for a long time, get recovered quick.

Hope I did it correct.


First off I would like to say terrific blog! I had a quick question which I’d like to ask if you do not mind. I was curious to find out how you center yourself and clear your head before writing. I’ve had difficulty clearing my thoughts in getting my ideas out. I do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are lost just trying to figure out how to begin. Any ideas or hints? Kudos!

Hi Elinor,
Thank you for your kind words, it’s interesting you ask this question today as I just started a book by Anne Lamott “Bird by Bird” some instructions on writing and life it’s a very honest book about how all writers have problems sitting down and concentrating. The best advice so far is that of creating the habit of writing the same time everyday. I also try to keep my life as clutter free as possible (not always easy) but this frees up head space for focus.I don’t know if you are familiar with Leo Babauta of Zen Habits but here are some of his focus rituals, hope they help

Hi Omar,

I agree with you it definitely would have sounded more positive to focus on standing up and not lying down, good point. I wish you a Happy New Year and I would advise you to start by focusing on what you want in your life as opposed to focusing on the negatives. Best of Luck and stay strong

I would like to show some thanks to this writer.
An interesting discussion is value comment. I’m sure there are numerous more enjoyable times up front for people who looked over your blog post.
I wanted to post a brief message in order to thank you for the wonderful techniques you are placing on this website.

Comments are closed.