Yesterday was the last day of your old life

Happy New Year everybody! Every new beginning is from some other beginnings end. Well today marks the day that you ended your old 2011 ways and begins your new 2012 ways. What ever you want to do in 2012 you will start today. If you read the previous blog, Resolutions & Evolutions, you should have already chosen your resolutions, your evolutions, your goals and your theme song(s).

This year I have committed to blogging a portion of my next book “A Crash Course in Wisdom.” In the book there is space for you to take notes and write down what this piece of wisdom means to you in your life and current situation. In the blog you can leave comments about what the post means to you and reply with your ideas. I will right one each week and I would love to get your comments, questions, feedback and to hear your experiences. Additionally, I will have a guest blogger once a month.

Stop focusing on who you use to be, what you use to do, what you use to have, who you use to know, your past relationships, your old mistakes or anything that is now in the past. It does not matter who you use to be (good, bad, or otherwise). All that matters is who you are now and who you are working to become. Right now at this particular time I am a financial and lifestyle advisor who is building a successful business and encouraging others to do the same. Live new! Start today. Forget all that is old in your life because that was then and this is now. You are on your way to becoming more amazing than you ever thought possible. I am giving you permission to start over and I know you will get it right this time. This is it, so lose yourself in this moment and every moment. Be the new you ever day of this year.

A fresh start…Now That’s Presidential!


About Kiné Corder

Kine' Corder is a best selling author, speaker, and member of the Financial Therapy Association. Formerly a Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor and currently a Financial Therapist Kiné runs Presidential Lifestyle, a financial wellness company focused on wealth in all of it's forms. View all posts by Kiné Corder

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