Looks like we are back to MASKS! I realize that this is NOT an N-95 but it works to open my 411.
Hope you had a nice Christmas despite the news of possible shuts downs and changes. The good news is that you can still have a Perfect Day. Don’t stop living and believing! I just closed out my year with a favorite client, and we talked for probably two hours!
It signaled the closing of the best year for her. How about you? How are you closing out your year? What’s next and how do you recharge your batteries—not just from the holidays but from life lived over the past two years?
Here’s a simple tip: While I’m not a “journaler”, I have started keeping a journal with my girls (we trade back and forth) over the last few years. And I can say: It works! It’s motivating! It releases stress! It’s real-time!
The reason I climbed Mt. Everest this past year is because of what I wrote down in my first Perfect Day in 2003. This has been the best year of my life for many reasons and the same can be true for you. You don’t need to know what is next in the year up ahead. That’s pressure building. You just need to know that you can weather it and go through it and you can. Write down what you are feeling, facing, and hoping to achieve whether you use bullet points or you are a “journaler.” It is easy.
Answer this one simple question and you’ll be on your way: What are you going to do in 2022 that takes you to the place you truly want to be mentally and emotionally? Your life contains tremendous potential. Trust me you can climb your own Mt. Everest.
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About The Author: Cokie Berenyi
Cokie Berenyi has been in financial services and serving the needs of individual and institutional clients and entrepreneurs since 1996. Mother, author, business owner, financial “samurai” and Perfect Day engineer, Cokie loves food, wine, travel, stray dogs, goat cheese, tennis, and alpine mountaineering.
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