January 8.2015 – Accomplish All You’ve Dreamed Of BY Josh Hinds

Have you ever wished you had a second chance to make up for lost opportunity?

Groundhog Day is often associated with do-overs, a chance to redeem ourselves and recommit to our goals for the New Year.

And if you did not have a great year in 2010, if you have

already broken your New Year Resolutions, and if you are not

as prosperous and fulfilled as you would like, you need to do something differently, and you need to do it NOW.

Why? Because all change, all progress begins with a single

decision, a single action, a single YES!

You and I both know that no matter how good or bad your

results were last year – you can always do better.

Unfortunately, the vast majority of people and companies

don’t take the time to plan for their future and they are

simply plugging along with their heads down.

It’s similar to the pattern of Bill Murray’s character, Phil Connors, in the hilarious movie Groundhog Day.

But, instead of repeating the same day over and again, both companies and individuals seem to repeat the same outlook,approach, and strategies.

Is it any surprise that they repeat the SAME results?

SO, is 2011 going to be the year you accomplish all you’ve

dreamed of… forever?

Josh Hinds

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About Robynn

Robynn Jaymes has spent her whole life in radio… 30 years!! And almost half of them have been at Star Country. Originally from Cincinnati, Robynn came to the area as a Liberty University student. Along with all things country music, Robynn is a big fan of Football!—The Virginia Tech Hokies, The Washington Redskins and, of course, the Cincinnati Bengals. And also, “I’m addicted to the Weather Channel,” she says. Right now, Robynn is a big fan if the music coming from Miranda Lambert, Lady Antebellum and Kenny Chesney! Robynn is also a winner of the Billboard Air Personality of the Year award. Hear all new Warm & Fuzzies with Robynn M-F at 11:45AM!

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