Happy New Year’s Eve to everyone!

We’re hours away from it being the end of the year, which means that everyone will be starting soon to think about their New Year’s resolutions. My opinion about resolutions, though, is that they are things you need to make every single day so you can become a better person. You should give yourself goals and things to achieve every single day.

I think there is a question we each should ask ourselves before we ever consider what we want to accomplish in 2009: What am I thankful for in 2008? I am going to tell you a few things from 2008 for which I am thankful.

I am thankful for all of you – my readers – who took an interest in my work and participated in commenting on the blog. I am thankful for all my wonderful clients who came and worked with me.  I am thankful for all the great people who gave positive and amazing feedback on all the products. 

I am thankful for all of your emails that came every single day telling me of your successes, and how you used my programs to achieve those successes. I am thankful for all of you who are now in relationships because what I have taught you helped you to find real and true connections.

I want to thank all the great people who work with me: Tyler, Kristen, Yakub, Adam in London, Taras, Rich … and, of course, Reynold’s Wrap. I am especially thankful for Daphne, my beloved black English Labrador, who beat cancer this summer. It’s been a great year.

I am really thankful for all the things which have happened in my personal life. I am thankful for finding an amazing woman and being in love. I am thankful for being very patient in my own life, because this is the year I met someone in whom I really believe – someone who I think is the most incredible and fantastic woman I have ever met in my entire life.

This all happened because I implemented into my life the exact same things I teach all of you. Everything I tell you and communicate to you, are things I use in my own life. By using all this, I was able to find my girlfriend and to speak the way I feel.

Life is a series of evolutions. Life is about opening yourself up. Life is about really taking the time to explore who you are and what you are all about. This year I explored myself more deeply than I ever have before, and this was the year I was able to find and attract the most amazing love into my life.

So we’re not going to talk about 2009 yet, because I’d first like to hear from all of you about what you are most thankful for in 2008. Tell me what happened to you and how it changed your life.