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3 Things That Should Stay in 2016

By Eddie Love

Can you believe that it’s already 2017? Remember when you were a child and it seemed like your birthday took forever to roll around? At least that’s how I felt, but today I know one thing for sure…time waits for no one! I have laid out three things that will help you make 2017 your most productive year ever!

  1. Fear

Let go of all fear, doubt, shame, or any negative feelings that were a hindrance to your success in 2016. You have to be comfortable in your own skin and understand that there are lessons to be learned in failure. Don’t be afraid to learn some new skills or try something that you’ve never done before. Overcoming fear only makes you stronger and you are going to need strength to deal with the rough patches.

  1. Negative People

Let’s face it, there are some people in your life that you’ve outgrown and it might be time to distance yourself from them. We’ve all got that friend or family member that we love to death but they never have good news. It’s time to position yourself around positive people, the one’s making it happen in life, business, and in the community. Remember birds of a feather flock together.

  1. Relationship Drama

If your relationship has been giving you the blues, it’s time to change the tune. You can invest in the relationship by seeking professional help in the form of counseling, coaching, or by talking to your pastor at church. There’s also different seminars, workshops, and support groups that focus on strengthening relationships. I suggest that you determine whether the relationship is worth saving and if so, leave the drama behind this year.

2017 will be an epic year for you as long as you steer clear of Fear, Negativity, and Drama! Good luck, peace, and best wishes!

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