The most powerful resolution practice you’re not doing

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Here in the U.K. we’re getting ready to celebrate Christmas and New Year. No doubt that this is my favourite holiday season of the year!

You see I will be surrounded with family and friends, eat as much as possible… what more do I want?

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But this year has been super special for me. I have been so fortunate to touch the lives of so many people, both in person and online!

And since Christmas and New Year season is inextricably linked with appreciation and acknowledgement, for today’s video I wanted to share a simple but effective way to taking your resolution practice to a whole new level.

Because whether you celebrate these days or not, the most fundamental practice to quickly transform your life — any time of year — is appreciation and acknowledgement for what you already have and for what you have already learned.

A deep and genuine sense of appreciation and acknowledgement for what you have in your life. For the good times and even for those that enabled you to become stronger, more determined.

And this shouldn’t just be an intellectual or mental exercise, it should touch you and fill you up emotionally.

Because when you genuinely make the time to appreciate and acknowledge, it changes how you feel and it completely alters the actions you take and the results you will create.

So if you’d like a simple, yet highly effective way to take your resolution practice to the next level, you’re going to love today’s video.

I demonstrate this idea right on the spot and you’ll see just how easy it is.

 

Today’s tweet – “End the year as you mean to start it”@EvaLychrou

Then, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below; how you will be able to turn this insight into action.

Take really good care of yourself, have so much fun and I can’t wait to “see you” again in a few weeks!

With all my love,

Eva

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