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new-year-resolutions-01Today is the first day of 2014 and everyone is saying “Happy New Year!”

Did you know you are more likely to have a happier year if you set goals?

Studies show people who set goals and achieve them enjoy a greater degree of satisfaction and happiness than those who don’t.

This month many magazines are featuring articles on organizing your home and balancing your life.

If these are challenging issues for you, the best way to get organized and find more balance in your life is by identifying what you want your goals to be.

When you set a goal, you’re building a bridge between the way things are now and the way you want them to be in the future. Once you have set your goals, you then need to break them down into manageable segments.

Be realistic about how much time you have to work on them, set specific deadlines (very important), and schedule time on your calendar to do the related tasks. If you need to co-ordinate with other people, find out when they are available and schedule time with them.

Some of the goals people set are:

** To be comfortable having friends over
** To have more usable space in their home
** To have an organized kitchen
** To stop paying late fees and interest on bills
** To have more time

Follow this link to read some stories about clients that I worked with who had similar goals.