11 Tips For A Successful, Rockin’ 2011!

So it’s a new year, and with every new year comes new opportunities, new goals, and new possibilities.

Now, I know that most people set new years resolutions and end up forgetting about them by mid January or so.  So what does it take to follow through with your new intentions?  How can you really make this year the most successful one yet?  Well, I’m going to share 11 tips with you today for a rockin’ 2011!


Tip #1:  Create a powerful vision.

So what do you really want to create in 2011?  Most people will set goals for how much money they want to make in their businesses or what kind of results they’re looking for… and that’s great.  But I also want to encourage you to really look at the big picture vision of what’s possible for you in this upcoming year.

What kind of impact do you want to make?  How do you want to give back, serve, inspire, or help others?  When you focus on how you can have the most impact for others, and see beyond just yourself and your immediate needs, wants, and desires, your vision becomes charged with power.  And it becomes so much more real to you… Tony Robbins says that we will always do more for others than we will ever do for ourselves.  So what are you here to contribute?

So what’s your vision?  Right it down.  By the end of the year, how many people do you want to impact?  How do you want them to feel?  How do YOU want to feel?  What kind of person will you need to become in order for that to happen?  Set an intention for what you want and then let go of the “how”.  When your vision is aligned with purpose, the universe will take care of the rest for you!

Now, that doesn’t mean you won’t need to take action… because daily action is necessary.  But you don’t always need to know how something is going to happen, you just need to get clear on the “what”.

After you write it down, focus on it… see it, feel it, affirm it.  The more you experience this as a reality NOW, the more your subconscious will work to bring it to fruition.  So practice feeling so accomplished and proud when it December 2011 comes around and you’ve not only met your goals, but you’ve exceeded them!


Tip #2:  Commit to a new way of being.

So in order for your vision and intentions to manifest, a shift needs to happen within YOU.  Most often, entrepreneurs will set financial goals without really looking at how they will need to transform or change in order to make them happen.

We are all creatures of comfort.  There’s a natural human tendency to cling to what’s known and what’s comfortable.  So when we want to take our businesses to the next level and reach new goals, there’s going to be discomfort because we’re stretching beyond where we’ve previously gone before.  And unless we can commit to a new way of being, that tendency will snap us back to our old habits before we even get off the ground.

So make it a priority to commit to a new way of being.  Who do you need to become in order to create what you want?  Do you need to be more trusting, patient, open, receptive, self-disciplined, focused, organized, or committed?  And what old way of being are you going to need to release?

In order for you to create what you want and manifest your goals and intentions, it all starts with you.  You are always the source of your own success. What’s important is that you make a declaration to yourself that this is the way you now are.  And commit to it.  Tell your friends and family that that’s how you are now.  Make it public and put a little skin in the game!

Now, this doesn’t meant you won’t ever falter or fall off the wagon… because I’m telling you right now that that will happen.  Our old ways of being can be quite tempting and it will take some time to make more of a permanent shift.  So just notice when you’re not on track, and recommit in that moment.  Keep recommitting as much as it takes until you make a real shift.


Tip #3:  Have compassion for yourself.

So when you do fall off the wagon, make a conscious choice not to judge yourself or talk down on yourself.  One of the biggest reasons most people don’t follow through with their goals or resolutions is that when they do snap back to their old way of being, they get extremely hard on themselves and quit.

So please please please… have compassion for yourself!  Most of us have such a tendency to be much harder on ourselves than we are on other people.  It’s your responsibility to have compassion for yourself… and it’s a practice that may not come easy at first, but will make a HUGE difference.  So let go of the self-criticism and judgment and relax!  No one’s perfect… perfectionism is an illusion.

If you really want to follow through, have compassion for yourself and again, like I said in tip #2, just recommit.  And keep recommitting as many times as it takes!


Tip #4:  Create a personal power practice.

Isn’t it funny how we can be so motivated to achieve our goals when we first set them, but then slowly after time, that motivation gets weaker and weaker?  Somehow, we forget how fired up we were and how important it was to us.  Again, it’s very tempting to fall back into our old, comfortable habits.  It’s not easy to change, to transform, and to create something new.

So how do you keep yourself fired up and motivated?  Well, my suggestion is to create a personal power practice that invigorates and inspires you on a daily basis.  What can you incorporate into your daily routine that keeps you motivated and reminded about your goals and intentions?

Maybe listening to Tony Robbins gets you raring to go in the morning… or maybe it’s Jim Rohn.  Or maybe you get super inspired by reading books on personal growth or financial success.  Or maybe re-reading your goals or looking at your vision board helps keep you motivated.  Whatever it is, do it on a daily basis.  Make a commitment to keep yourself in the game by feeding your spirit with the necessary inspiration and encouragement to keep at it and continue moving forward.  You fuel your own power, so don’t forget to make this a priority!


Tip #5:  Get in your body.

This is a big one.  Most everything we do as entrepreneurs is extremely mind-heavy.  Sitting in front of the computer, thinking, analyzing, planning, strategizing, marketing, implementing… it’s all mind!  Our minds are an amazing tool and a gift… but when we hang out up there all day long, we can get a bit “strung out” on mental noise and energy.

And when that happens, we lose touch with our inner voice, guidance, and wisdom.  The mind can build up quite a momentum with our 60,000 + thoughts that we have on a daily basis.  So to bring balance into your life and bring you back to your core essence, it’s so crucial that you get into your BODY.

So that means walk, run, lift weights, do yoga, stretch… Give your mind a break and give some energy and attention to your body everyday.  It’s even helpful to take some quiet time and just FEEL the inside of your body.  Feel how alive your cells are and how much wisdom is within you.  The mind doesn’t need to soak up all of your attention!  When you’re in your body, you tap into a wisdom and inner knowing that’s beyond the mind… and you will become much more connected, creative, and productive!


Tip #6:  Touch it once.

This is a phrase that I learned from one of my coaches, Marie Forleo.  And I will admit, this is not my strong suit… but I still make a conscious effort to “touch things once”.  Procrastination is a big energy drain.  When you put things off til later, it’s like constantly carrying around a big heavy weight on your shoulders because things never get fully completed.

So make it a habit to only touch things once.  Respond to emails right away (but don’t check email all day long, that’s extremely unproductive!), pay bills as soon as you get them, keep your space organized, and do everything you can AHEAD of time!

Not only does this make you more productive, but it frees up your energy in unbelievable ways!


Tip #7:  Ask for what you need.

This tip has made such a big difference in my life and business…

If you don’t ask for what you need, how do you ever expect to get it?  Ask the Universe (or whatever name you use for God, Spirit, Divine Light, Source) for what you need to accomplish your goals.  Do you need a business partner, team members, a fresh idea, a solution to a problem?  Ask and you shall receive.

This applies within relationships as well.  People can’t read your mind.  Ask for what you want or need from your intimate partner, business partner, friends, family, and anyone else close to you in life.  When we don’t ask for what we want, we silently resent the fact that we’re not getting it.  And it’s no one’s fault but your own.  When you empower yourself to just ask, you get what you need and can keep moving forward!


Tip #8:  Build momentum daily.

Your business is not a hobby, so don’t treat it like one!  You need to take action on a daily basis to keep moving forward and building momentum.  If you invest a couple hours one day and then don’t touch things again until the following week, you’re leaking energy everywhere.  It takes daily, consistent action to build up momentum.

Even if you just invest 30 minutes a day into your business, make sure you stick to it every single day!  Even the smallest of action steps taken consistently will produce results and build momentum.  And in the beginning, your business is going to require the most effort on your part.  If you don’t build up the momentum, you’ll always be stuck in the “pushing the boulder up the hill” phase.  Momentum is what drives your business, so make daily action a big priority!


Tip #9:  Celebrate even the smallest of successes.

You know that old quote, “Shoot for the moon.  Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars”?

It’s so true!  Set your goals, your intentions, and commit to your new way of being… and if you don’t quite make it there, that’s ok.  Celebrate even the smallest of victories along your journey, because really, it’s the growth that really matters.

If your goal is to make an extra $1,000 and in the next month, you make $400, celebrate it!  Turn on the music in your room and dance, go out for a nice dinner, or go to the movies.  Celebrate your success in a way that’s meaningful to you!

And of course, when you do reach your goal of  $1,000, have an even bigger celebration!  Now, I’m not saying you need to go spend the money, but celebrate in a way that is nurturing to you.  Congratulate yourself!

All too often, we forget to celebrate or feel good about our progress… and then our goals start to become far removed from our sense of joy.  Life is meant to be a celebration.  Even if you just figured out how to set up your blog for the first time, celebrate it!  It’s an important step in the right direction!


Tip #10:  Be present.

When you’re in your head and thinking about either the past or the future, you’re not really here… you’re not really present and engaged with life.  When you’re not present, you’re living in a conceptualized version of reality and none of that is real!

The past does not exist and neither does the future because the only thing that’s ever real is here and now.  It’s always now, we never actually arrive in the future.  And the present moment is where your true power lies.  When you’re fully present, you have access to your intuition, to your higher wisdom.  And you get things done a heck of a lot faster!  When you’re not in your head pre-planning, pre-meditating, analyzing, regretting, etc… you give yourself the space to allow your spontaneous creativity and wisdom to flow through you and into what you do.

You are a creative genius… but you can only really access that when you’re PRESENT!


Tip #11:  Choose to be happy now.

And of course, what’s most important is that you are happy here and now no matter what’s going in your life, how much money you’re making, or what you have or have not achieved.  If you’re looking for happiness anywhere outside of yourself, you’ll never find it.  If you catch yourself saying or thinking, “I’ll be happy when…”, stop immediately and realign yourself with the truth.

And the truth is that the joy of life is here and now, in this very moment, no matter what’s going on.  You are the source of your own happiness, no one can ever give it to you or take it away.  When you expect someone or something else to make you happy, you’re giving your power away.  And you’ll always be disappointed.  Don’t ever forget that happiness is an inside job!

And of course, when you’re naturally happy and secure within yourself, realizing your goals becomes so much easier!  You stop arguing and resisting life, which means that life is able to flow through you with ease and grace.  Success does not have to be a struggle… in fact, it’s so much easier than most people think!  Success and wealth flows to those who don’t need it to be happy.


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So what are your thoughts?  Was this post helpful for you?

I’d love to hear your vision, goals, and intentions for 2011!  Please share them down below with our community here. And thank you so much for sharing your time and energy here with me today!  I appreciate you!  Happy 2011!  Let’s make this the best year yet!


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Ellen Pouw January 8, 2011 at 12:27 am

Hi Katie,

Great tips, I love the “touch once tip”. You will have more peace of mind when you apply this. And that will give you a more creative mind…etc

Thanks

Ellen

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Joe Shaw January 9, 2011 at 2:11 pm

Ellen, I so agree. The “Touch Once” tip is really powerful. I can often allow myself to procrastinate and really appreciate Katie’s tip for just follow through.

Thanks!
Joe Shaw
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Fathi Ridwan Basalamah January 8, 2011 at 1:23 am

Choose to be happy now….no matter what happen ! Yes !!
Katie…..i want you and everybody to be happy instead mine..
What should i do ? and why should do it ? Just to feel happy and doing it happily…:-)
Thank you so much….and Happy New Year !….:-)

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Chris and Susan January 8, 2011 at 2:08 am

Happy New Year Katie

Your tips are spot on for 2011 and so in tune with our own.

Adding Value to your community (friends) is key (it’s why we love The Unified Tribe) plus not being afraid to ask for help when you need it …..

Thanks for your friendship and tips during 2010 & may 2011 rock for you too.

All the best

Chris & SUsan
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Jane van Honk January 8, 2011 at 2:32 am

Hi Katie, A blessed New year to you as well! It’s funny, just when you need something, God puts it in front of you. Not a nice way to start the New Year, but admittedly I was feeling down about where I am at and what I want to achieve, and then your post popped up in my email. It was like a deep reminding that we are here to help and serve each other, to honor our highest essence, our highest joy, our highest truths..and to celebrate our highest gift..Life! Thanks Katie..

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Dan January 8, 2011 at 5:11 am

Katie, As always a great post and all great points. I like #10 being present. I dedicate my 1st hour of every day to myself for exercise, deep breathing meditation and feeling grateful.
I cannot begin to tell you how this changes the momentum for your daily activity.
Even when I am traveling I make sure I get out of bed that extra hour earlier just to spend time in this amazing routine. What a change in energy.

Thank you
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Nicki Traikos January 8, 2011 at 5:12 am

Thanks Katie, this post is one that I will read over and over again!
Great tips for 2011!
Cheers to a fabulous year!
Nicki

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Suzanne Franco January 8, 2011 at 8:37 am

Thanks for the New Year’s tips … they are all great but there are a couple that I really need to focus on this year. Big *huGs* to you for sharing ;)
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Lisa Smith January 8, 2011 at 8:48 am

Hi Katie

2011 is THE year to rock and do it successfully. You have 11 truths that we all know work, but we never implement them. So thanks for sharing them.

My tip for the new year is to spread a lot of compassion and goodwill around. I believe that the world needs it and this is my small way to contribute towards creating that caring world we all strive for.

Enjoy 2011 and keep Rockin’.

Regards.

Lisa
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Mikayla January 8, 2011 at 11:34 am

This is a phenomenal article, Katie. Thank you so much for sharing. I’m going to print it out and put it next to my computer to help keep me focused :)
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ana January 8, 2011 at 11:39 am

hi katie
are good rules for 2011
I think you worked hard on this article

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Fred January 8, 2011 at 11:56 am

Hi Katie,

Overall, good content. I liked the way you weave all kinds of value from many different sources. A little Psy., N. Hill, Tolle, Rohn, Robbins, your mentor, and many other sources. Showes you have accomplished some personal improvement. And then sharing with others.

Empowering to most who lightly read this and even more empowering to those who read a little deeper into this post. Folks print this out and read again and make notes in the columns. Those who tear this appart and test your own personal development from this will ultimately go on to share offshoots from this to empower others.

One may even find some disagreement with some points in these eleven tips. I did. But my intent is not to discredit your hard work here Katie. Good job and I appreciate your inspirations.

Adding to your post…
#6 Touch it once- unless trying to commit to memory, then touch it many times.
#10 Now concept- it all can’t be “now”. Sure a lot has to do with “now” but we have to “think”. We have to draw from our “past wisdom” to use “now” to influence the “future”.
#11 Dennis Pregar ” Happiness is a moral obligation”. Gratitude is the key to happiness. Again we can draw from the past at times to use now to help us with happiness.

Again Katie, good content. Thanks for the mind stimulant. Happy New Year!

Fred

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Dale Athay January 8, 2011 at 12:26 pm

You know what rocks Katie? You do! What a great article, we all know deep down, but so good to have everything refreshed. So thank-you for taking the time to remind us. Keep on rockin!
Cheers Dale.

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Juan Felix January 8, 2011 at 1:33 pm

Hi Katie. Thanks for sharig these valuable points.

I recognize a lot in your 11 points. Ultimately, the challenge for all of us is to get a feel for reality. That has to do with perception. Live less in our head and get in contact with everything around us. Moments of silence can help to get close to your inner self. And it is indeed guts to show yourself and shine in all your glory. That makes life worth in 2011! I wish you an inspirational year.

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Pavlina P January 8, 2011 at 3:20 pm

Great post Katie, I had created a blog post before the end of the year on ‘How to Set Your Goals so that You Achieve Them’, as most people set new year’s resolutions and goals but very few end up achieving them. It takes the right mindset and action!
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Bud Corwin January 8, 2011 at 6:32 pm

I Katie,
Just wanted to wish you a very happy and prosperious 2011. I like the 11 tips above and thank you for them.
Rock on.
Bud Corwin
bud85296@yahoo.com

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Victor Leal January 8, 2011 at 6:47 pm

WOW KATIE.
I´d LOVE this. I tasted each word, phrase and idea. I realy want to ask you a direct question. Can I have your consent, your approval to translate into spanih and share it with Latin American people? Most don’t undestand english, and it’s too good to keep it my self. (I will do it if you agree)

Best wishes

Victor Leal

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Linda Paull January 9, 2011 at 2:52 am

Nice one katie.

I was actually feeling a little miserable when I sat down to my computer but now that I have finished this, the sun has come out, my cat is on my lap and everything seems lighter. I will definitely share it around.

Thanks

Linda
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Sherine Singleton January 9, 2011 at 8:01 am

Great stuff Katie! Always!!
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Lori Robertson January 9, 2011 at 9:53 am

Katie,

Great tips that I am going to implement today. I do have a huge vision for my personal life and my business life and I just have to commit to putting down on paper. Thanks for the nudge, I want 2011 to be my most explosive year and it will be.

Lori
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Rob January 9, 2011 at 11:09 am

Another great post Katie. Thanks for the words of encouragement. I’ve not made new years resolutions in quite a few years because of the February fade. Not many resolutions broke that 59 day mark. Maybe i’ll make a few late ones and see how I do this year with this addition to my ‘tools’.

Thanks again, Rob

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Henway January 9, 2011 at 11:10 am

For me, I’m focusing a lot on being present and not thinking too much. I find that most of my thoughts are negative and recycled over and over.
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Rochelle Marie Modean-Napoli January 9, 2011 at 12:07 pm

Katie,
Wonderful information again. Thank you for sharing with the world.
Rochelle Marie-Miss Congeniality
Living Simply Rich

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JP January 9, 2011 at 1:25 pm

Excellent tips… those 11 items alone, mastered will bring amazing success!

Thanks Katie!

JP
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Karen Marrow January 9, 2011 at 1:41 pm

Katie,

These are great tips for success. I have started to bring more balance in my life, stepping back from the computer and just finding time to “be.”

Peace of mind is something that comes from living in the moment and I have found the more I am relaxed and realize “it’s o.k.” no matter what, things start to flow.

I like the idea of touching things only once. I sat down and got my tax information taken care of and it really didn’t take me as long as I thought because I was not dreading it, just doing it.

Have a very blessed 2011, Katie!!!

Karen

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Steve January 9, 2011 at 8:05 pm

Hi Katie!

These tips should all go on a poster available for sale so that one can see them at all times! Everyone needs reminders.

Steve
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Shawn Johnson January 9, 2011 at 8:10 pm

Awesome post Katie!!

I love tip #8 building that momentum
which I think is very crucial in what
we do as we do it consistently.

Thanks for sharing.

Shawn
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Tina January 9, 2011 at 9:37 pm

Happy New Year Katie!
Great tips.
Your post was like a ‘jump-start’ for me. Thank you!

I will have to practice Tip#10 a little more this year :)

Cheers Tina

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Laila Amrouche January 10, 2011 at 2:31 am

Thank You for sharing – I appriciate You!
Let´s make 2011 the best year so far………!
A greate lesson for me is the “touch it ones” to get more organized.
I will be recommitting as much as i takes until I make a real shif =) And I will really try to have compassion for my self!

Yesterday is History,
Tomorrow is a Mystery,
Today is a gift – that´s why it is called the present!

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Solange January 10, 2011 at 7:19 am

Hi Katie,

Great post. I’m one of those people that puts down all her resolutions but never gets to do them.

My family have started, a few years ago, to do something which kinda helped. We always wrote, in December, what we really wanted to achieve in the next year. What was our main and most desired goal. We would put it in an envelop and in the safe until the year would be over. Than on December of the new year we would open our envelop and see if we achieved what we wanted and most of the time we did.

But then we stopped, for some reason I do not know… But we are thinking in going back to that.

What do you think about it? Is it a good way to keep us focused?

I just simply loved the whole post, I thought it was to the point and exactly what i needed to read for the new year.

Thanks and Happy New Year by the way… (can still say it right?! :) )

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Carina Franco January 10, 2011 at 8:39 pm

Hi Katie and all the readers here.

I haven’t been in your blog for a while, Happy New Year!

Like always your words are full of wisdom and inspiration.
What I like the most is that you actually apply what you say.

Success doesn’t happen by accident but by building momentum daily.

Success is not even a destination, but the journey of our personal growth.

You know what, since I moved to Vancouver, Canada (2002) I haven’t really felt that I have truly committed to something, except of course to my family, husband and my little girl (I am really committed to them).

A few days ago, I had an insight, and I recognized that, I have been playing the game of living in the fantasyland instead of the real life. I have been busy but not productive.

Before in school and my previous jobs I used to work for my goals. For example in school if I wanted to pass a course, I knew I had to work and finish my assignments, even if that meant not going to that party that night or if I had to stay awake in order to finish.

My point is, I never let my goals get resolved my luck.

I am not saying that I have left everything to be solved by itself but I have been doing a lot of none productive activities like checking e-mails, or taking training after training or thinks like that (Please do not take me wrong, reading and taking training it’s awesome, but not when it’s not followed by action)

This year my focus has changed. My main goal is to apply as much as I can from everything I have been studying for the last years.

Basically, if I want to get some results I have to be laser focus on it and take massive action (Like Tony Robbins says), but I also have to enjoy the process and expect challenges.

I don’t care anymore if I go slowly as long as I move forward.

Ok, I just wanted to share my insight with you.

Thank you for all this time that you have put into your amazing blog, and all the info you have shared with us.

Carina

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Casey January 12, 2011 at 12:20 am

LOVE THIS!!! Especially the “touch it once” concept…definitely the one I need to work on too!

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Prem January 12, 2011 at 8:40 am

God Bless you !

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Erik von Werlhof January 12, 2011 at 5:42 pm

Hi Katie and Happy New Year!

Thank you for the most uplifting post. I was especially able to relate to the topics of creating a powerful vision (which I need to work on) and to be happy now.

Very nice!

Erik

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Tosin January 13, 2011 at 3:47 am

Hey Katie,

Happy New Year!!! Choose to be happy too. Thanks

Tosin
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Alex Martinez January 13, 2011 at 10:56 am

Hey Katie,
Another Great post. 2 of those really hit home, I will be working hard to fix them this year.
Thanks for the great post
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Katie Freiling January 13, 2011 at 9:51 pm

So happy you all loved the post! It’s gonna be a phenomenal year :) Lots of love everyone!

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TJ Chambers January 13, 2011 at 10:49 pm

I’m rocking it this year! I know that because I decided in 2010 that I am going to rock it and move forward. The action is carrying over to 2011.

Take action Take action and kick the perfectionist habit. You will move forward and rock 2011
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Dominic January 15, 2011 at 1:26 am

15th Jan.2011
Hi! Katie, Thank you for the e-mail. It is a great subject on creativity.Deep inside the heart, that everyone holds, the little essence of Godly nature of creativity is awaiting the right touch to be stimulated. Here once again you have gently made your point and for that I thank you so much.God Bless you always.

S. Dominic

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Bryan Salek January 15, 2011 at 2:51 pm

Katie, thank you for this great post. I was just about to go final on my goals and now i have a few adjustments to make.

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jan camp claire Fenton January 16, 2011 at 12:34 pm

Katie, can you help me out with this? I thought that if I LIKEd someone’s Fan Page, (like yours). Any time they posted something, it would show up on my wall. Is that not right? Recently, I noticed I’m not getting your posts or anyone else’s that I am a FAN of. Is this something to do with the fact I recently upgraded to the new profile? Thanks for your help. Claire
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Alexandria Barker January 19, 2011 at 12:19 pm

Hi Katie, really like your stuff, very inspiring and informative! Thanks for sharing! Namaste, Alexandria
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Quaneshia Holden January 19, 2011 at 9:48 pm

Wow Katie these are some amazing tips. I am going to print this out and put on on my cork board. Thanks again.
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Elimbingi January 20, 2011 at 10:39 pm

Hi Ketie. Am proud of You for these great tips for the year 2011. I am going to print them out and go over them again and again then try to implement them.

Have a nice time

Elimbingi Massawe

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Pablo January 27, 2011 at 7:27 am

Happy New Year katie, you are really awesome, I allways leran a lot from you….Yhanks a lot honey…
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Jocuri February 5, 2011 at 9:50 am

Hi Katie,

From your points I understand that in the new year we have to have a new mentality and be mentally strong.

And I do agree, in every business you start first you have to believe it will succeed and then you can build it and improve it over time.
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Mladen Stojanovic February 16, 2011 at 1:06 pm

Katie, as always, your posts are very useful and inspiring. Just keep doing the great work.
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Emily February 16, 2011 at 11:19 pm

Beautiful :) Just beautiful Katie :) I know I’m late in commenting on this post but these are all things I needed to hear :) I plan on becoming a top earner in my company :) and have a list 3 times the size it is now :)
You are amazing :) Thank you for writing this!
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John G. Seay February 27, 2011 at 7:06 pm

Katie, I want to commend you for the great work you’re doing on the Internet. I Think the biggest obstacle that nubie marketers are facing today, and that is learning to Balance who they are. We are all “Triune” beings, in that we are a spirit, we have a soul that makes up our mind, will, and emotions, and we live in a body. We must change in each of those areas of existence in a balanced way before we can see the results we’re seeking financially, spiritually, and emotionally. Keep up the great work Katie!HowTo Work At Home With No Investment Today

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Susan Kate March 2, 2011 at 8:42 pm

Im a little late for this – but this is very useful thank you !

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Amani March 9, 2011 at 4:56 am

Nice!!! Especially the part about touching things once and avoiding procrastination… That really hits home with me!

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