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How to Set Goals for Yourself and Make Them Happen

"Happy New Year! 2018 has got to be a better year for all."

That's a text message that greeted me the morning of Jan. 1. I was excited to see "Happy New Year" but saddened by the second sentence. It really got me thinking about the sender's mindset.

Abundance vs. Scarcity Mindset

Any year has its share of ups and downs. But we can't play the role of victim. A new year gives us an opportunity to start fresh. And that is directly related to the scarcity vs. abundance mindset. In the scarcity mindset, you're or ).

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