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    OPM and Moderator Chuck Hamrick's Avatar
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    Any New Years Resolutions??
    Here are mine:

    Write down an exercise plan.

    Finish Tony Robbins course I bought in 1998.

    Double the business.

    Go to chiropractor weekly.

    Make more time for my wife.

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    OK, Chuck, you convinced me to make my own list:

    Write down an exercise plan.

    Throw out the Tony Robbins course I bought in 1998.

    Double the business.

    Never go to a chiropractor.

    Make more time for your wife.

    (that's be easier if she comes to Vegas with you)
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    My New Years Resolutions usually become an overwhelming project list.

    The best resolution I ever made, and accomplished, was to leave my emotionally draining job to focus full-time on affiliate marketing. That was 2006.

    Best of luck with your resolutions.

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    I make one resolution which I have never broken.

    ''Never make a resolution", but hang on haven't I just broken it Doh!

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    Unfortunately my wife can't make it to ASE12 as we have two kids at home, one who needs to be dropped/picked up from school.

    The best resolution I ever made, and accomplished, was to leave my emotionally draining job to focus full-time on affiliate marketing. That was 2006.
    My resolution two years ago was to start my own business/quit my day job. After eight months of 100 hrs a week I started Hamrick.Biz working for myself in August of 2010. Now I only work 60 hrs a week!

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    I only have one...

    Work smarter not harder

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    I only have one...

    Work smarter not harder
    If you figure that one out teach me!

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    Nope, don't make resolutions either. Used to but is frustrating when they don't get kept. lol So, I just make one I guess if you want to call it that and that's just to try to do better with everything.

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    • Lose weight / Go back to eating healthier
    Salty kisses, Sandy toes, and a Pirate's heart...

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    Mine is to learn all I can about affiliate marketing and hopefully be able to do what caleb has done. But from what I've learned so far it might be my new years resolution for the next couple years.

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    Oh well, mine just about last a month. Wonder why I bother with them:
    - Eat early & sleep early
    - Exercise, diet & lose weight
    - Focus on traffic & not on pleasing google :-)
    - Finish reading 7 Habits of effective people (60 pages in 2 months ain't that good) lol
    - Stop making resolutions for next year

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    After watching "Yes Man" with Jim Carrey.. like a lot of others who have seen the film.. I have decided to say YES to everything this year.. ie, in my personal life, not professional

    Although I guess this has more to do with timing of seeing the film, rather than a New Year's resolution.

    I also commit to pedaling my bike 100 days every year.. which doesn't seem to be even a challenge living in Park City (350+ miles of sanctioned single track mt biking in the area.. we leave right from AvantLink HQ). HNY!

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    Mine is to read one self-improvement book per month. A whole lot of self improvement in one year

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    My official New Years Resolution - Be more social this year.

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    My official New Years Resolution - Be more social this year.
    Take off the hood and cap, shave and give us a smile!

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    Here's my top 5:
    1. Keep Exercising.
    2. Golf more.
    3. Finish my two websites and take on a side project or two.
    4. Build a home office Desk/Media Center. (This scares my wife)
    5. Did I mention Golf?
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    Wow, for the first time in my life, I don't have a resolution. It actually just hit me when I seen this thread. I guess I just have too much going on, and not to mention, the year of 2011 just flew by like the speed of light. I guess the saying, "Time flies when you are having fun" is truly relevant in my case. Well, I hope that you all have a wonderful year and accomplish all of your goals for 2012.

    Noelle

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    Build a home office Desk/Media Center. (This scares my wife)
    We should talk bro!

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    to lose weight and to live healthy

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