February 1 is the new January 1. What’s your new New Year’s Resolution?
Toss away, guilt-free, the resolutions from Jan. 1. What are the real ones? Which ones are going to make 2018 your best year ever?
Everyone wants to lose weight, get more fit, read more books, and volunteer for the local zoo. Great. Check. Let’s just say you “resolved” to do any or all of those things on January 1. Wonderful.
But now it’s almost Feb. 1. It’s tomorrow.
Forget January 1 for a minute. What do you really want to happen in 2018? What needs to change that’s been bugging you for years? What could change this year for you so that when you look back on it in 2019 you say, “Wow. I did it.”?
It’s February 1 tomorrow. It’s a whole new chance for new beginnings.
To celebrate, my book “Every Single Day” is free today (Jan 31) and tomorrow (Feb 1).
It has already helped countless people take that first step towards achieving their goals, their dreams, their whatever is in their hearts.
Some of the latest reviews have made me the happiest:
Goodevening Mr Charbonneau, I am J. H. from Guyana, South America. I just want to thank you for your inspiration. I am presently reading “Every Single Day” and I must say that this is the first book I have read that has me just glued to each word, sentence and chapter. I can relate to everything you say, so its like having a conversation with an old friend. Thank you. I have been inspired to go after my dreams and become a ESDer. Thank you. — J. H.
This book is a great start for anyone wanting to get off their butt and start working towards their dream. After reading it I’ve not only caught myself looking forward to writing everyday but find it hard to stop. My husband as even notice a change in my mood. I’m happier and more motivated than ever. — Felicia
But it wasn’t fancy foot work or just a pep talk I got from this author. I got “tools.” — copywriter_lady
This book could be a really important read for the new, young person looking to “start” his life journey, or switch directions after a rocky start. His writing is humorous, friendly, and engaging. I have bought two copies – one for both of my adult children. — Robert Enzenauer