Resolve to Ask

Ask to Get 29/12/2009 1 Comment

News Flash! People are not mind readers. You’ve got to tell them what you’re thinking. Don’t make them guess. You’ve got a mouth. You’ve got e-mail. You’ve got lots of ways to communicate to others what you’d like.

This New Year’s Eve, resolve to ask for more of what you want and you’ll open up possibilities all year long. Ask for the strength to take care of your body. Ask to give and receive love. Ask for gratitude for your life and what you have already. Ask for the courage to request what’s important to you whether it’s a feeling, an item, furthering your education, or something for another.

Asking for what you want is harder for some folks than others and that’s why resolving to ask is the perfect way to start the year. This resolution is your way of asking yourself for the determination to get more out of life. Stay committed. Believe it and you will reap the rewards. Go ahead and ask!

Author/speaker Janet F. Williams is a high-end sales professional, sales trainer and coach for personal and professional development. She speaks on topics contained in her award-winning book “You Don’t Ask, You Don’t Get” to businesses, networking groups, non-profits, book clubs and more. For more information or to buy the book, please visit: and

One Response to “Resolve to Ask”

  1. Kimberly B. from San Marcos, California
    December 29th, 2009 at 11:24 am

    Right on sistah! We need to retrain our ways of thinking and asking
    for what we want in this world! Great ideas for the New Year!


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