Have A Great Year – Enter To Win A Book – Comment by Jan. 2

Are you planning on making 2018 your best year ever?  Allow me to help.

I have a special offer exclusively for KSB employees.  I was chosen to review Michael Hyatt’s new book, Your Best Year Ever – A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals, which releases on January 2, 2018.  Here is a quick description:

We all want to live a life that matters. We all want to reach our full potential. But too often we find ourselves overwhelmed by the day-to-day. Our big goals get pushed to the back burner–and then, more often than not, they get forgotten. New York Times bestselling author Michael Hyatt wants readers to know that it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, he thinks that this is the year readers can finally close the gap between reality and their dreams.

I have found the book incredibly helpful in helping me organize my thoughts and provide a template for my personal and professional goals, as well as a way to keep track of my progress.

Reply to this post with a brief thought on how you plan to make 2018 Your Best Year Ever.  I will select two posts and give them the book.  As a reminder, this offer is exclusive to KSB employees, board members and Medical Staff.  If I get feedback from outside readers, we’ll look into another chance for them.

The entry deadline is midnight, January 2 (the day the book is released).  I look forward to hearing how you are going to shine in the New Year!

  • Tina Johnson
    Posted at 11:16h, 26 December Reply

    I plan on giving back this year to those in need. I want to help with spending time at the animal shelters and other worthy causes. I feel I can give to the needy by donating food and items for those who are in need. These are the things that I feel will make my heart smile and give others joy. I want there to be more kindness and giving in this work and it has to start with each and everyone of us. I am very blessed in all that I have, and I definitely want to pass along the kindness and generosity any way that I can to others.

  • Traci Snodgrass
    Posted at 12:39h, 26 December Reply

    Each new year is truly a gift. I think about individuals that set up resolutions and are not able to obtain those resolutions. They may be weight loss, giving back to others, or a more positive attitude. As I look to the New Year, I am striving to achieve a balance of life’s commitments. Those consist of work, family, and personal goals. Next year is am seeking to achieve three for each of those categories with a plan in mind. I feel as though my life is a work in progress. Happy New Year to all!

  • Julie Mann
    Posted at 08:03h, 28 December Reply

    I plan to work on living intentionally – treating time as a gift and making the most of it on areas that matter to both those I love and me from a personal development. Thanks for offering this opportunity!

  • Michael Sarno
    Posted at 07:07h, 29 December Reply

    Each year I internalize goals projecting the up and coming; however, last year I failed to write them down and set quantifiers. For 2018, I plan to document my goals and work throughout the year to achieve these. Typically, my pillar goal consists of: personal, professional, inter-relational and philanthropical. Furthermore, within each category and/or goal I will enumerate sacrifices to help achieve these goals. This could be cutting the cording television, limiting social media or limiting down time. At this time I have no specifics; however, the fact I decided to post further forces me to commit to this process with a certain degree of accountability. I wish everyone a happy new year and an excellent 2018.

  • Alyssa Ramirez
    Posted at 00:55h, 30 December Reply

    I have recently read Eckhart Tolle’s Awakening to your life’s purpose and Matthew Kelly’s Resisting Happiness. Both of these books have helped me think more positive and opened up a new thinking process. This year has been very tough but I kept reading these two books to help ease some of the stress. Life is never a smooth sail and this year I plan on continuing my journey while opening my mind to new positive techniques. This book by Michael Hyatt would help me do just that. Thanks for sparking my interest in my next book of choice.
    Alyssa Ramirez
    Med/Surg/Peds CNA

  • Destiny Medina
    Posted at 15:12h, 30 December Reply

    I have had a long term goal of beginning nursing school. I am excited to start 2018 pursing my dream that I have had since I was a little girl. I believe this opportunity alone will make 2018 my best year ever! =)

  • Melanie Cain
    Posted at 14:52h, 31 December Reply

    I have some personal and professional goals I’d like to meet in 2018. Until now, they’ve all been kept to myself. I feel like I lack the tools to put together a timeline to help me meet them, so they stay where they have always been…in my head. I, too, feel that the day-to-day stuff can seem like a huge roadblock.

  • Destiny Medina
    Posted at 13:47h, 01 January Reply

    I plan to make 2018 my best year ever by establishing a better balance between my significant career, the start of nursing school, and the most essential thing in my life, my family. By doing this, it will create an inner peace in my life and a better balance to handle some of life’s toughest obstacles. I’m already looking forward to the challenges and growth 2018 will bring!

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