Pace your Positive Change

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Welcome to the New Year!  

Have you set some goals?  Decided to incorporate positive changes?  Congratulations, you have started your own personal marathon! 

Now the trick is to keep moving toward your finish line, even when life tries to take you out of the race.  I posted a New Years blog HERE you may enjoy reading to keep you moving forward one step at a time! 

http://tamievans.com/home/2014/01/06/dont-sprint-marathon-positive-changes-take-pacing/

 

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Motivational Speaker Tami Evans shares her energy, passion and humor to create an unforgettable experience for audiences. Recently appearing on The Dr. Oz Show (where she taught him to chair dance) Tami lives her belief that laughter is a vital part of learning. Her entertainment-based content celebrates and motivates participants, engages and empowers employees, creates communication cohesion, boosts confidence and busts stress! To book motivational speaker Tami Evans: 646-479-6686 http://www.TamiEvans.com

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Comments

  1. Why Tami Evans, it's like you and I put our motivational speaker heads together and posted complimentary New Years Resolution blogs!  Awesome!  Your message is so right on no matter what goal you're after.  Keep moving forward people!

  2. Amen! I am with you sister! Thanks for the encouragement! And that's why I love this blog – because we keep each other on course all year long. What a gift to share this journey with you.

  3. Thank you SO much, Tami! Every motivational speaker on the planet talks about setting goals – but you're addressing how to actually ACHIEVE them! I LOVE this blog because it makes all my goals so much more manageable. Rock on!

  4. Tami, if you're a slogger, I'm a nogger (no jogger)! BUT your points are well taken, and like I just posted on Polly's blog, keep the motivational tools coming. Reminding ourselves of our progress, rather than perfection, is the key to keep going. Love the hamstring stretch to keep you in the race!

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