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President's Message


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Happy New Year, MPIRMC! 

I hope that everyone reading this is blessed with a healthy and happy new year, full of love and joy. 

If you’re like me, you spent January 1st preparing for the months to come, and perhaps making some resolutions. As you look ahead, make sure you take time to reflect on how far you’ve come in 2022 and remind yourself how much you’ve already achieved. 

For me, my biggest accomplishments for 2022 were pushing myself outside of my comfort zone. I went from couch potato to half marathoner, I went skydiving, and I learned a new musical instrument. This year, I want to focus on slowing down, simplifying, and really living in the moment right in front of me. As an event planner always looking years ahead, it’s easy to let the big goals and plans rob me of fully living in the moment, so I want to enjoy the now.

Wherever this year takes you, whatever words, goals, resolutions, or intentions you set, here are some of my recommendations to help you have a successful and fulfilling 2023.

  • Think bigger, let go of any fears you have, stop limiting yourself, and go after whatever it is that you want but make sure you actually want the thing you’re chasing
  • Let your goals scare you a bit
  • Do things that challenge you
  • Don’t compare yourself to others
  • Show more gratitude
  • Be kind to yourself and others
    Educate yourself about more topics (my personal recommendations for quick weekly reads are the Rich, Really Rich and System Sunday newsletters)
  • Spend time with people who inspire you
  • Pause to ask yourself better questions; enjoy better answers
  • Leave more room in your day for randomness (chance encounters, learning, magic)
  • Internalize that you can’t go it alone, and surround yourself with good people
  • Pay more attention to what’s actually happening
  • The world is more forgiving and moves slower than you think; you didn’t miss the boat
  • There’s always a solution to the problem, but it takes outrageous creativity and humbleness to solve
  • 99% of people want to help you succeed
  • If you can’t earn more, spend less
  • Don’t let anyone put you in a bad mood that spills over into another area of your life
  • Hoping and wishing doesn’t work, taking action and ensuring everything around you is in alignment with you achieving it does
  • Allow yourself time to rest
  • Make ‘no’ your default. Whether it’s new work projects or social gatherings, saying ‘yes’ to non-priorities ruins your priorities. In the words of Mark Manson, if it’s not a ‘fuck yes’, it’s a no
  • Stop regretting past decisions. You made the best choice at the time with the knowledge you had. Be at peace with it.
  • Get a standing desk, take walking meetings, move your body daily.
  • Write down your goals. Remind yourself who you want to be. The 14% of people who have goals are 10X more successful than those without goals. The 3% with written goals are 3X more successful than the rest of the 14%. 

Oh, you think some of these habits might be too basic? “If [more] information was the answer, then we’d all be billionaires with perfect abs. It’s not what you know, it’s what you do consistently” – Derek Sivers.

To help you reflect on last year and set your intentions this year, we have a wonderful educational program on January 18th, Setting the Tone for 2023. Join us on this journey of self-exploration and spiritual integration! More details and registration can be found here



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