11 Reasons Why 2018 Will Finally Be Your Year

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2017 is yours for the taking!

Do you feel like you’ve had a less-than-perfect 2016? For a lot of us, it’s been a bad series of years really. We’re all just waiting for that one year where things will go our way and our lives will start getting on the right track. We need a year where our career reaches new heights, where we break through emotional instability, where we can finally find a real love. We’ve had some wins over the past few years but they’re overshadowed by all our losses. Maybe, just maybe, 2017 will be the year where our winning streaks will go untarnished. Here are some reasons why 2017 will be your year at last.

1. 2017 Made You Stronger

You’re a completely different animal. Your failures have made you tougher, smarter, and stronger. You understand that you live in an imperfect world that doesn’t grant anyone favors. You know you have to work hard for anything that you want in life and you’re ready to do just that. You’ve earned your scars and now is the time to grow out of your weaknesses into a brand new stronger you.

2. You’ve Surrounded Yourself With People Who Will Support You

You’ve probably gotten through some terrible times with the people who are in your life right now. You never know how things would have turned out for you if you didn’t have such a strong support group. You’ve burned some bridges and let go of people who only add unnecessary weight to your life and you have a close-knit group of people who you can rely on for anything. They’re the only people you need moving forward.

3. You’re Optimistic, but You’re not Blind

You’ve gained some experience and you’re still young enough to maintain some optimism in your life, but you’ve also hit some rough patches that have taught you that nothing is given in this world. You know that you still have the potential to find greatness but you also understand that there are limits to that potential and you have to constantly push those limits. - Continue reading on the next page