Make 2012 the worst year of the rest of your life!

No seriously, I mean it. Not for all of you, or even most of you, but some of you should plan on making 2012 the worst year of the rest of your life.

Let me explain.

Sometimes we back ourselves into a corner. We get ourselves into five figure debt. We eat until we are more than 100 pounds overweight. We find ourselves unable to find a job with our current training and your 99 weeks running out. We find ourselves upside down in a  mortgage and a need to move.

Basically there are a lot of people who are in such deep shit that they need a radical life makeover. Sometimes trying to fix things while maintaining as much normalcy is possible means taking a decade to sort crap out, whereas if you just took a year to do something radical you could sort it out much sooner.  Sometimes the best move is to just suck it up and have a crappy year. Move in with your parents to save massive amounts of cash. Give up your entire social life to learn a new trade or get a graduate degree. Give up the idea of getting enjoyment from food and stick to the same five meals for a year.

Again, this is not advice for most people. It is not done lightly. But you know who you are if you need it. What I can promise you is that despite predictions, 2013 will come. When it does you can be in nearly the same condition as you are now OR you can be in a radically different situation and ready to jump start life. Its up to you.

About Inominandum

Author. Sorcerer. Consultant. I have 30 plus years of experience making magic a reality for myself, my clients, and my students. For a complete background go to www.strategicsorcery.net
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13 Responses to Make 2012 the worst year of the rest of your life!

  1. MrBlack says:

    Very sound advice.
    Tony Robbins actually mentions something like this…..you get yourself in deep enough shit that you have no choice but to change yourself.

  2. Jerry says:

    This has been 2011 for me. Let me tell you, if you are not in that position (that Jason refers to above), don’t go there. Do all the right things first and save yourself alot B.S. down the road.

  3. I like that. May the best of your todays be the worst if your tomorrows!

  4. Something to strongly consider, indeed.

  5. Daniel says:

    Similar to what Mike says, this is not necessarily a bad thing as you are working towards a lifetime of better years. As for me, if I only knew the right 5 meals to eat that would provide proper nutrition and weight loss, that would be my year. Good strategic advice!

  6. Eli says:

    Hey, sticking to the same 5 meals is a super good strategy by the way. Less guess work. If you want to stick to an 1800 cal diet for instance, you just measure and create a few balanced meals consisting of 300 cals and eat that 6x a day. Take away the frilly food additives that are hard to keep track of.

    Experiment with the numbers. But you don’t have to be always searching for the caloric value of your food if you get irritated with that stuff because you will have determined the caloric value of a few meals already. Your “go to” meals.

  7. That is seriously honestly what I am buckling down for. Best, worst, it’s like child birth.

  8. Well, I am hoping that 2011 is going to turn out to be my worst year, and that the changes I did in the last quarter of the year make 2012 a better year.

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