Welcome to 2018
Time goes so fast.As you begin your 2018, what would you like to do? Where would you like to go? Who would you like to meet? Many begin the year with great ideas. With great thoughts that never come to fruition. Time just marches by. As an example here are a few headlines from just 5 years ago. 4 February: A skeleton thought to be that of King Richard III is discovered under a Leicester car park. Subsequent tests eventually establish it to be the case. 14 February: Oscar Pistorius is charged with murder. The South African athlete is charged with the fatal shooting of his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp, in an incident in his home in Pretoria. His trial is eventually set for March 2014. 8 May: Sir Alex Ferguson retires as Manchester United manager. 7 July: Andy Murray defeats Novak Djokovic to become the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936. How quickly the years pass by.
What did you set out to do in 2013?What did you set out to do in 2103 that made a positive change to your life? Maybe you made the changes you wanted to see. Maybe those 5 years have just passed you by?
The good news is.The good news is that you can start again. You can start again this very day. The past has gone. It will never come again but the good news is today is the day that you create the future you really want to create.
The year is 2023.The year is 2023. As you reflect back on the previous 5 years, what story will your life tell? Enjoy creating your new future. Remember it is your new future. Be Happy - Be Inspired Steve
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