Make 2013 Your Year To Thrive

Back in November my friend, celebrity make-up artist Kenetia Lee, wrote a facebook post saying survival was boring and that she had made a decision:  2012 is her year to thrive.  She asked who else was in. It only took a nanosecond before I said, YES! and shared it.






That’s what it means to thrive.

Sounds good right?

But thriving also means to change a position or action and make steady progress.  It means you need a plan of attack, one that is focused on what works, because doing more of what doesn’t work, won’t make it any better.

If you’re not ready to thrive in 2012, ask yourself…

Are you clear about what your gifts are, your vision and how you’re supposed to use them?

Are you paying yourself enough?

You say you want love but do you know how to receive it?

Are you visible in your work and in your life at the level you want to play?

Are you someone who has had a lot of success in the past, but who can’t seem to shake off the rut you’re in now, and take it to the next level?

Are you tired of getting in your own way?

Remember, you don’t need to know how you’re going to do it, how your plan is going to unfold or where all of this magical income, opportunity and thriving is going to come from, but you do have to make a decision.

You have to commit to yourself.

When I decided this was my year to thrive, I got very clear about what that really meant, to me, and suddenly I had all of these ideas about how I was going to make it happen.  I got help honing my plan of attack and now I don’t want to stop moving forward.

Know this.  The answers don’t come until you make the decision.  Is this your year?

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