|Posted on December 14, 2013 at 9:55 PM|
Rather than a resolution, try making a prediction about something in the coming year –
maybe something you’ll do or that will happen in your life.
What’s interesting about predictions is that they don’t have all the baggage that a resolution does but still retain the magic, which is that tiny kernel of desire in yourself.
Resolutions usually fail because the seed at the nexus of the resolution is based on what’s wrong with you and not what’s right, what you want or what you’re excited about.
When we make predictions, they’re positive and we look forward to seeing them occur — a lot like the excitement we experience opening a fortune cookie. That’s when magic happens in life.