Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) December 15, 2005
How did those 2005 New Years Resolutions go for you? With 2006 already upon us, how are you going to make this year any different?
By March, the majority of people surveyed regarding New Year Resolutions responded that they hadn’t followed through or circumstances caused them to put their progress off. The most popular resolutions follow the lines of improving health, including weight, fitness and smoking. So why is it that hundreds of thousands of people fail at making changes in their lives? They focus on what they are lacking.
Amy Hale, owner of Changing Lanes, gives people the opportunity to refocus and shift their attitudes to creating a healthier, happier and more rewarding life. “People create stress within themselves with negative self-talk and then perceive it as something too difficult to change,” says Amy. “If a problem is approached by focusing on a negative outcome, a negative outcome is likely to transpire.”
Amy helps clients shift their focus so that their emotional resilience and attitude matches their positive goals. “I love my job,” claims Amy. “It’s so rewarding to see people make the changes they’ve been trying to make by themselves for several years.” You can check out her website for more information at http://www.changing-lanes.com.