My year is about to come to a close.  I feel good about this year; it has been full of lessons, and most importantly, I have come to terms with the fact that the way I spend my days is how I spend my life.

I love to write.  I have the flexibility to go to a cafe and write at any time of the day.  I need to take advantage of this.

I am very happy with the physical body I am using; I have taken good care of it, and I am in better athletic shape than I have been at any time since DellArte.  I will amplify this next year, as I move into Crossfit and pick up Parkour again in the spring.

I am not so happy with my family life.  I have not had the time to devote to my family that they deserve.  During the Holiday season, I have been working 60+ hours a week, leaving before they wake up and getting home right before the kids go to bed.  This is no way to have a family.  I will be changing this after the first, irrevocably.

I am going to attain the award of Liberty Leaders, and then, I am going to back off the whole workaholic thing.  If I am flexible in my job, I am able to spend time doing work that I like, and making money at it.

That’s why I am so glad that Sales Manifestation has manifested itself into fruition.  I have a product to sell.  I can start building my list, and make money selling affiliate programs, because all I need is a personality and a prospecting ability to successfully push these forward, and I have got both in spades.

Next year will be a very good year.  I am going to spend more focus time on my family, and once a week (minimum) I will ask myself, “What will my children like to do today?” and I will spend one hour with each of them individually doing something that they like.  I owe it to them as their father to bring them to more experiences where they will grow, and help to shepherd them into that.

I have been living this month as the absent parent who pays the bills.  That’s not my life.  It’s changing, pronto.