Los Angeles Times, 1984
You Planned Your New Year's Revolutions?
No, that's not a typo.
Let's start the year with a revolutionary new concept to create the
revolutionary new you!
~ a sudden, radical, or complete change
~ a fundamental change in the way of thinking about
or visualizing something
~ a change of paradigm
I can think of no better way to begin this New Year
than by initiating a revolution, or perhaps several.
resolution is defined as a "firm resolve." And for most people, with
each passing day into the New Year, that firm resolve seems to turn
closer to mush.
But a revolution? Now that sounds powerful. A
sudden, radical, or complete change. Yes,
that sounds like a call to action. No pussyfooting around here.
A fundamental change in the
way of thinking about or visualizing something.
Now that has substance. No superficial wishy-washy daydreaming here.
A change of paradigm.
Whoa, we're talking challenge here. Set a new example for myself.
if we planned our New Year's Revolutions, we just might summon up our
innate power source which hooks us up to the Universal power source and
find ourselves a tad closer to the completion of those goals and
desires we long for.
I'm ready now for the
revolutionary new and improved ME!
On New Year's Eve, 1983, I was ready
for a revolutionary new ME.
I came home from a New Year's Eve party I had coordinated and although
I was tired and weary, I was determined to change my business
my life. I knew it would take a sudden, radical, or complete
change, a fundamental change in the way of thinking about or
visualizing something, and a change of paradigm. I was ready!
I planned a New Year's Revolution for myself and
you can see the result above in my cover story in the Los
Angeles Times. You can discover what I did that New
Year's Eve in my entrepreneurial memoir, Feel Free to
Prosper: An Entrepreneurial Memoir of Synchronicity and Guidance.
You can still read it free
on my network,
as it awaits publishing ( (it's had over 19,000 views -
I again created a New Year's
Revolution in 2003
when I realized there was a greater purpose for my life and I was
determined to fulfill it...and did. And that's the reason I am
here writing to you now.
Can I inspire you to create your own
revolution this year?