Did you know that you become what you think about most of the time? The most important part of each day is what you think about at the beginning of that day because it sets the tone, direction and sense of purpose for what is to come.
And this day, the first of a New Year, is equally important.
Start Your Year Right
Take some time today to reflect on your goals, your relationships, your animals, your life. What do you want more of? What do you want less of?
Make a plan now to take the action steps necessary to live your best life, to play your A Game, to know what makes your heart sing and to go for it. Promise yourself you won’t settle or sell out on what’s important to you.
Don’t spend another day putting up with bad situations, hurtful people or badly behaved animals that destroy your peace of mind, undermine your purpose and steal your love for life.
Look for the opportunities inherent in every problem, and discover the gift and the blessing in them.
This week on The Real Dr Doolittle Show I spoke with the remarkable inventor, Alecia Evans. As a dog lover and trainer, she saw a crying need for a better way to walk our dogs that didn’t choke, drag or hurt them; that didn’t crush their tracheas, smush their noses or misalign their necks; and, that allowed not-so-good dog handlers to walk their dogs with ease and in safety.
So she followed her Guidance and created a brilliant solution to the problem, the Gift of the Walk In Sync No Choke Dog Harness, and has helped make our world a better place.
Decide now to get the help you need, no matter what it takes… to know what you really want and to lean how to ask the right questions, to learn how to discuss things with your animals so you can both enjoy positive change
Because you know when Mama (or Papa) ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy. And if your animals aren’t happy, I’m betting you aren’ either. Change starts with you.
Wishing you and your furrkids a New Year filled with purpose, positive changes and a whole lot of heart songs,
Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift; that’s why they call it the present. Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)