Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Let's Get This Thing To 88 Miles Per Hour

Let's Get This Thing To 88 Miles Per Hour

Here we are.  2014!

I'm in the best shape and health of my life.  What I've done in 2013 has elevated everything to another level.  I'm stronger than ever before.  I've lost fat and gained muscle. My clothes fit better than ever.  I'm rested, I feel incredible and the difference my commitment has made in every facet of my life, is astonishing.  I look in the mirror and I see the results of consistency. 

My list of spiritual, personal and business accomplishments--the ones I envisioned and wrote down on January 1st, 2013, and then posted them where I could see and read everyday---this visionary list is my reality today.  I'll show you a picture of it when we return to this date through the natural course of time.

I had tasted freedom before.  Now I'm feasting on it.

2013 was an amazing year.

Imagine. Envision. See. Believe. Commit. Accomplish. Repeat.

We are powerful people, my friends.

Okay--I must get back. I have a life to live!

Good Choices,
Sean

10 comments:

  1. Love this! Happy New Year and all the BEST for 2013!

    Kimberley

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  2. Fantastic Sean .. Many Blessings to you in 2013 to complete your happiness & goals!!

    Friends always,
    Paula

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  3. Happy New Year, Sean. May 2013 be the best year ever for you and your family. :)

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  4. One of my favorite lines in Back to the Future, Part III was by Doc Brown. He told them: "Your future hasn't been written yet. No one's has. Your future is whatever you make it, so make it a good one..."

    "Imagine. Envision. See. Believe. Commit. Accomplish. Repeat."
    I'm setting time aside today to do this, and I'll write it down and do like you said, and read it every day.
    Have a wonderful new year, Sean!

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  5. Projecting to 2014 and looking back to today ... how interesting, Sean. Thanks for checking in with us.

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  6. yup...this year is up to us. let's make it good.

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  7. Nice climb out of the ditch, Sean. Keep re-aligning your wheels to the right path and slowly accelerate. Let's make this a good year, indeed. I'll be proud of one good week ahead of me.

    Big Clyde

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  8. Lean into it, Sean

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