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Not Those Crazy Wrap Up Things Again! (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: K’Dia Parker

Founder & Owner of: It Works!

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty and Health & Fitness Writer


So like most people you’ve heard of those crazy wrap things, right? If you haven’t I am here to inform you that these products, as well as this business can 100% change your life. Continue reading Not Those Crazy Wrap Up Things Again! (1 min read)

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How to Make Lasting New Year’s Resolutions (1 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Baran Wannamaker

Founder & Owner of: Bearbody Living

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Health & Fitness and Successful Living Writer


“I believe in the person I want to become.”

New years resolutions are aspects of yourself and life that you want to improve on or add to. It’s an opportunity for greater success with some people but for others, it may be a sinking pit to an inevitable failure. Here is how to set goals for the new year that will last.

Firstly it is essential to realize the things that you have held yourself back from this past year, things like speaking to people, taking a chance or building a career. There are millions of reasons(shyness, laziness, fear) that may have stopped you from doing them and it is important to recognize those factors so you can improve on them this year.

Secondly, think about the new traits/actions that you want to adopt into your life. Use the habits that successful people in your niche have incorporated into their lives. Remember not to use like 100 ways to upgrade yourself as that is not very realistic. Pick an amount that you feel you will stick to and achieve.

The last part of making real new years resolutions is writing them down. Creating some type of physical list with your resolutions allows you to visibly see them every day which will be a constant reminder of who you want to become. A crucial part of writing each one down is to also write how you’re going to accomplish each goal.

Examples:

1. Begin working out, I will start by going to the gym every weekday

2. Not letting fear control me, I will do something that scares me every month

3. Make more money, I will work overtime and make money online

Let me know if you found this advice helpful and comment what your new year’s resolutions are!!


Article Credits: Baran Wannamaker

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Beauty, Health & Fitness, Successful Living Bloggers & More )

Shut Up and Drive (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Liam Thompson

Founder & Owner of: What Are You Looking At?

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Family & Life, Stories and Successful Living Writer


If a close ‘friend’ told you that you were never going to make it in your profession, be great at your hobby or do well in life would you actually believe them?

I guess the obvious answer to all of the above is, well maybe. But when this number starts to grow and things look tough it can be hard to be positive, go against the grain and take on your own personal challenges. That’s why remaining positive, determined and having that drive are sometimes harder to find, I’ll admit personally the whole idea of this gives me anxiety but for some miraculous reason I just have this driving force to keep me moving forward.

Firstly when tasked with attempting to take on this blue, unmotivated feeling you’re likely to get comments such as ‘just smile’ or ‘you shouldn’t think like that’, feeling motivated yet? Probably not. But if you begin to picture the end goal and the feeling of this moment then things start to feel a tad more achievable, so say I wanted to get an A in my next test the initial thought of this may be quite daunting and demotivating in itself. However look at it this way, first of all, ask yourself ‘is this goal remotely achievable?’ No? OK so I aim for B this is definitely more within my reach and I’m only averaging a C.

Next, once you have created this realistic personal goal you may want to assess the time frame, in this example, it would be the test date. So from this, I can take the time to mentally or physically plan ahead and meet the self-created or set deadline. Not pushing on yourself, but then not completely ignoring the fact that THERE IS A DEADLINE! To put it simply put say a few hours aside each weekend before the exam to properly study and remove social media, your phone and any other distractions from the scenario. It may be helpful to beforehand plan how you may use the time you have so say this week I’m going to focus on topic A because this is the one that I most struggle with.

Finally the last thing to do would be refresh and remind yourself during the week for example if you picked up the studying you had done or the work you had completed and just went over it for say ten minutes just to ensure that it was stuck right there in your mind and that your brain hadn’t forgotten about all the ‘supposed’ hard work you had done. Allowing for that thought to be mentally instilled in your mind, almost forcing your brain to store the idea, plan or studying at the forefront of your mind.

In summary, the situation and positivity you feel are relative to how much time, and overall effort you want to possess to be at the desired end point.

Key points (if you don’t have the time to read!)

  • Positivity = the key
  • Picture and feel the end goal
  • THERE IS A DEADLINE!
  • Refresh and remind
  • Have fun whilst doing it 🙂

Article Credits: Liam Thompson

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor

(For Health & Fitness, Successful Living Bloggers & More )

The Year’s New – What’s Old? (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Ashley Ford-McAllister

Founder & Owner of: Negative is Also a Charge

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business and Successful Living Writer


Let’s finally admit, once and for all, that no one keeps New Year’s resolutions. (Well, okay, maybe a handful of perfectionists, and a couple of motivated-by-the-possibility-of-imminent-death types. But no ordinary people.)

Continue reading The Year’s New – What’s Old? (2 min read)

Goodbye, Resolutions: Hello, Transformations (2 min read)

Written By Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Tina Richardson

Founder & Owner of: Tina L. Richardson

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Health & Fitness and Successful Living Writer


Good afternoon, beautiful people. I know I share so much, but to share on a deeper level: I really don’t believe in “New Year’s Resolutions.” Those are temporary and are usually superficial. No. I engage in New Year’s Transformations. I have been through a lot in recent years, and 2016 wasn’t any different. Friends came and went; lovers or potentials came and went; creative projects succeeded or failed. I laughed a lot; I cried a lot. I worked hard, I had fun. I loved. When I love, I love DEEP. I don’t play with hearts and I keep it real; even though you will run into those who don’t have the courage to do the same. That’s just a part of life. But through all the joy and pain, I kept true to myself. As for me. I was TINA. I am still Tina. I will always be me. I am a stronger, wiser, healthier version of me, but I am still here. I survived so many things with a smile through the tears, because I decided a long time ago that no one will make me feel down on myself. Ever. I love what I love, I am who I am, I love who I am. You should love who you are. Continue reading Goodbye, Resolutions: Hello, Transformations (2 min read)