When should I consider my resolution a success?

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    President of The GoalsGuy Learning Systems, Gary Ryan Blair, discusses when you should consider your resolution a success.

    Gary Ryan Blair

    Gary is the President of The GoalsGuy Learning Systems, a highly focused training organization whose mission is to help their clients build and sustain superior performance. They accomplish this objective by helping their clients increase their sense of direction, confidence, and capability in all areas of their personal and professional life.

    Gary believes passionately in the enormous, untapped potential that resides within each person and is committed to providing individuals and corporations with tools of knowledge and skill they can use to unlock this potential. He has developed an entire library of world-class training programs, books and learning resources like the Personal Strategic Plan that are designed to make the heart sing, the mind expand and the spirit soar!

    To support his belief in the importance of goal setting and focus, Gary has established and sponsored two nationally recognized events: Youth Goals Education Week, a unique opportunity for kids and teens to learn about goal setting and its influence on their future, and New Year's Resolutions Week, an insightful series of activities designed to encourage people to set goals for their lives.

    Gary believes that life will not go according to plan, if you do not have a plan. He shares this belief and his unique strategies with school systems and companies around the world such as IBM, NASA, General Electric, Federal Express, Ford and many others.

    In addition to The GoalsGuy, Gary has created the wildly successful got goals?® campaign. It's mission is to inspire people to Be More, Do More and to ultimately Have More from life.

    His personal philosophy can be summarized into two words: Everything Counts!™ He believes in sweating the small stuff, and teaches that every action, word and thought either moves you toward or away from your goals, mission and ultimate legacy; that every moment offers an opportunity for advancement or retreat.

    When Gary speaks and writes, he does so from the heart, with warmth and humor. His unique gift is to speak to an audience and communicate with the heart of each person as if they were alone having an important, intimate conversation. A polished storyteller, he has a way of making the seemingly complex, easy to understand.

    Gary, his wife Erika, son Ryan, and daughter Libby live in Tampa, Florida with their two wonder-dogs Beefcake and Pork chop.

    Host: When should I consider my resolution a success?

    Gary Ryan Blair: You know, one question always comes up is when should you consider your resolution a success and the reality is, before you even take the first step. You should be able to visualize in advance exactly what it is that you want. You should be able to materialize the feeling, and it is just the same way with which a speed of light works and this event takes place and it takes a bit of time in order for the light actually to appear or even the speed of sound, is that the sound will take place or a falling star will occur and it will take billions of billions of years in order for it to actually materialize. You will give birth to your resolution in your mind before you enjoy it physically in the physical world just the way it goes. You will see yourself lighter, healthier, living in a house that you want, doing the things that you want to do. This will occur in your mind in a mental capacity long before you ever enjoy in a physical sense; that s point number one. So, you ll know it when you see it from there as soon as you start taking action and you are starting to feel momentum. It does not take all that much in order to get your excitement and enthusiasm. Change your habits and gets some wins, you re going to get that winning feeling and you are just going to know. It is, no one needs to give you permission; you re not to even ask for validation. You are just going to know intrinsically deep inside that you are on target because you are following your plan and you ll apply the proper guidelines.