Hope your New Year is off to a great start and that your first month went well! As we enter February, what kind of new commitments would you like to make? They say 75% of people give up on their New Year's resolutions by Feb 1st, so maybe it's your chance to not give up yet! Keep going! You can do it!
Or maybe it's just an opportunity to set monthly resolutions now (the kind that last for 30 days!) In fact, this allows you to experiment with different goals and plans to help you keep growing even more. This type of rapid iterating can help you decide what you really want to focus on for your decade long goals!
So if you already tapped out on your New Year's Resolution, maybe you can:
1. Start a new one, (don't beat yourself up)
2. Try out "monthly experiments" for the rest of the year
3. See what you discover about yourself
2021 will be a year of exploration for all of us as we enter this New World and everyone figures out what work and life are going to look like in a post-covid era.
The important thing to remember is to be kind and stay positive! 🎉
We can't wait to see you in the next months ahead!
P.S. - For those of you just joining, welcome to this edition of our monthly newsletter, The Positopian, where every month, we share positive news, fiction, resources, & insights to help you become the best version of yourself!
"The past does not equal the future, unless you live there."
— Tony Robbins
Start your day a little healthier with these simple tips.
Think about it: What's the one habit that you do every single morning? Whether it's healthy or not, everyone has a morning routine. We asked registered dietitians (RDs) around the country what's the one habit they must do every single morning, no matter what. Here's what they said.
As we continue to stay at home, penguins around the world are having a blast. They're meeting whales in the aquarium, roaming the streets of Cape Town, South Africa, and even getting their first art history lesson.
Cuban has launched a new company, Mark Cuban Cost Plus Drugs, which has a plan to offer low-cost rivals to overpriced generic drugs. The company is launching with one product: albendazole, an antiparasitic. It will charge $20 per tablet, a steep discount to its current average cash price of $225, according to the company’s website.
"All change starts with a choice."
Here's to a safe and happy year ahead!
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Mandy & Jonathan Chew