Mylifejump.com Jump Starts Goals and Resolutions

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New site helps individuals maintain focus, provides consistent reminders of personal vision.

Whether trying to kick a destructive habit, embarking on a marathon training regimen, contemplating medical school, or saving up to buy a first home, everyone needs encouragement to see a goal through to its fruition. Enter Mylifejump.com (http://www.mylifejump.com), a new online mentoring and coaching tool that keeps participants focused and actively committed to their resolutions.

Mylifejump.com is the brainchild of Sanzhar Kadyrbekov, who comments, “Resolutions are notoriously short-lived. They are forged in passion but flame out from neglect. Mylifejump.com aims to keep that passion behind an individual’s goals and resolutions alive.”

Kadyrbekov speaks from firsthand experience. As a teenager, Kadyrbekov was fortunate to have a coach who guided and empowered him. When the coach was no longer in his life, however, Kadyrbekov realized how much he had relied on that support and encouragement to help him stay on track and meet his goals. As time went on and Kadyrbekov met people from different countries and social circles, he became aware that, like him, most people need support and inspiration in order to realize their full potential.

Accordingly, he created Mylifejump.com to provide the surrogate coach so many people are missing in their lives. No matter how tiny or grandiose the goal, or a person’s stage of life, Mylifejump.com can help. The site helps individuals renew their commitment to themselves by sending them friendly, personalized resolution reminders via email. For an extra nudge, these weekly emails also contain words of wisdom and inspiration from the world’s great thinkers.

Seeing their resolutions in their own words, along with an inspirational message, helps give users an edge amid competing commitments and daily distractions. Kadyrbekov advises that rereading personal goals as often as possible internalizes them and makes them part of a focused mindset.

“Particularly at this halfway point in the year, when many people find that they have neglected the resolutions they set at the start of the year, extra encouragement can make all the difference in realizing change and progress,” concludes Kadyrbekov. “Whether your personal quest is very concrete in nature -- say, you’d like to start your own business -- or more abstract -- for example, you are seeking spiritual growth -- you can benefit from the combination of practical and inspirational support provided by Mylifejump.com.”

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