No New Resolutions For 2012

No resolutions

I resolve to make no new resolutions for 2012

When it comes to resolutions for 2012, I've decided to stick with the few I've made recently and to make them an important part of my focus. It seems to me that if they were important enough to resolve about in the first place - just a year or less ago - they must still be important today. An edge that I've benefitted from during in my life is that "focus is a good thing!" There's no reason to set out toaccomplish something new just because we turning the page on the calendar.

Many thanks to all of you for helping me stay accountable to personal health and fitness over the past four months. I've made progress but still have a long distance to go on the journey I've set out to complete. I really appreciate all of your support.

My not new, non new-year's resolutions are:
  1. Release unwanted weight and get healthier (add more exercise on a weekly basis),
  2. Stay actively engaged with my writing (blog often, journal more, get serious about the book I've talked about writing),
  3. Stay in touch with friends and family (schedule those visits to out of state homes where my kids and grandchildren live).
What's on your list of not new but important commitments? Ready to recommit?

Your comments, suggestions, and stories of your personal edge are always welcome in my guest book.

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Rod Brooks (that's me) is VP & CMO of PEMCO Mutual Insurance Company and serves as Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Directors for the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA).  It's important to disclose both of those relationships and to be clear that this is my personal blog where I share thoughts and opinions that are solely my own.  Contact me!

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