Recounting Your New Year ResolutionsWritten by Alyice Edrich
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If you haven’t been able to stay on task find someone to help keep you accountable. It could be a friend, a paid coach, a mentor, a business or writing buddy, a business partner, an old teacher, a relative, or even your children.
When I wanted to lose ten pounds, I knew I wouldn’t be able to achieve that goal on my own. I explained why I needed to lose weight and what I needed to do to succeed. Then I asked my children to keep me accountable. My 9-year-old daughter now reads labels before we buy snacks, my son will question what I eat when we go out, and my husband cooks healthier meals.
When I wanted to take my writing career to next level, I found a writer’s group that shared their weekly goals and end-of-week praises. Telling a group of friends and strangers my intentions for week helps me focus more during week. After all, I don’t want to meet with them on Friday only to make excuse after excuse as to why I didn’t reach my goals.
And let’s face it, most of time we don’t reach our goals because we find one excuse after another to keep us from taking first step. And if by some miracle we make it past first step, we find a “reason” why we can’t take next step.
So what are you waiting for? If you’ve found yourself not staying on task, it’s never too late to start. Don’t wait until December 31 to start your New Year’s resolutions, start them today!
Alyice Edrich is a freelance writer specializing in helping busy parents balance life. Visit her online for free information on how she can help you succeed, today. http://thedabblingmum.com
Free Opportunity in Mortgage Acceleration IndustryWritten by Consumer Mortgage
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Why is Consumer Mortgage Reduction Service giving away this free business program to entrepreneurs? The answer is this, said company president Thaddeus Collins, “When I was looking for a business to start, with a shoestring budget, I could not afford to invest in business programs I did not know would show a financial return.” He continues, “So I developed this program, after many years in business, so that entrepreneurs can start earning income, without having to invest in business program first.” Consumer Mortgage Reduction Service is quickly growing as a leader in mortgage acceleration’s industry. The company offers two ways for its representatives to make an income in mortgage industry. The first is by promoting Biweekly Mortgage Acceleration Program, and, second is providing Adjustable Rate Mortgage audits. In a recent survey conducted by U.S. Government auditors, it was found that almost 50% of all Adjustable Rate Mortgages contained some type of miscalculations or errors in lenders favor, causing mortgage holders to be overcharged billions of dollars per year. The Mortgage Auditor assist homeowners recover these overcharges if applicable, and assure them that their payments are being applied correctly to their mortgage. With these two programs, entrepreneurs can earn a substantial living in a respectable industry; and, best part is that these business programs are absolutely free from Consumer Mortgage Reduction Service. To get more information about starting a Biweekly Mortgage Acceleration and Auditing business, visit their website at: http://www.consumermortgagereduction.com
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