Better Days, by Will Saunders
I have noticed lots of people having a bad year in 2017 and claiming a better 2018. My year wasn’t all that bad, but there are areas in which I wanted to see a little more sunshine. But like others, I’m speaking some goodness into existence for 2018. Yes, you definitely have to claim the things you want. If this is you, keep on speaking those things into existence.
But real talk though, you should already know what you’re going to get in 2018. You have to sow seeds for the kind of better life you want. While speaking things into existence is good energy, it’s just a first step. If all you’re doing is merely stating what it is you want, that’s not quite enough; you won’t likely see any sustainable improvements. Long-term, positive changes don’t occur by happenstance. You have to set things in motion to make them happen. If you want to find love, you need to do more than just saying that’s what you want. You have to go out and meet people and if necessary, change things about yourself so that you’re more desirable. If you want a new job, consider taking some classes or completing a certification or a degree program. If you want to buy a house, maybe paying off your credit cards or cutting out frivolous spending or saving money more aggressively would be wise. You get the point?
You cannot realistically expect things to happen just by wishing them so. Even if you are a religious person and believe in the power of prayer, you still need to do your part in order for prayer to work most effectively, hence the phrase prayer without works is dead. You must take proactive steps to change your life. I know 2018 is just a few days away, but it’s still not too late. You can begin doing things right now.
So, get busy. Hop to it, okay? Git er done.