Your Best Year Ever: Rethink the Possibilities

Michael Gidlewski

By Michael Gidlewski

Once you’ve filled your mind with seasoned advice, surrounded yourself with leading voices, and ventured into generating more value than people expect, that investment into your best year ever can begin to return dividends.

Here’s how to reinvest those results and fuel your growth and earnings.

Start by filtering your attitude through those valuable life lessons and nuggets of wisdom. Don’t keep living on autopilot; be intentional and deliberate about how you see the world around you and what you expect to happen.

Choose to be positive and don’t let negative people or negative events sway you from that outlook. Remember, you’re on the way to your best year ever.

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Sift your routines through a filter, too. Rethink every aspect of your typical day, and rearrange it in a way that maximizes your influence and productivity — alter or expand on the places you go, people you see, things you do, and time you devote to each. Stretch yourself and discover new possibilities.

Finally, reframe pivotal moments in your life and business. The kinds of questions you ask yourself make all the difference.

Instead of dwelling on questions like “Why is this happening to me?” you can reframe the situation by pondering “What’s good about this?” or “How can I turn this to my advantage?”

Let the thought sink in, and come back to it until your mind responds with a proactive answer or solution.

This kind of successful thinking will turn the tide of your thoughts and bring you into a new, positive state of mind that can propel you toward your best year ever.

Click here to read the previous posts in the “Your Best Year Ever” series.


Michael Gidlewski is President of West Chester-based Achievement Unlimited, as well as a growth catalyst and motivational speaker. He works with motivated business owners and entrepreneurs to clearly define the elements of what they dearly want their lives to look like, then helps them connect all the moving parts that make up those visions to consistent action and habits. Michael can be reached at 610-793-6609 or via e-mail at

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