Dont Make Resolutions-googims

Health With the beginning of a new year, everyone wants to make changes to improve their lives. You may want to eat better, exercise more, get organized, or create a plan for your money. Do yourself a favor this year; do not set New Year’s resolutions. Most people who create New Year’s resolutions end up not following through with them. In fact, six month’s after making resolutions, less than half of the people are following through. For this reason, you should challenge yourself to create goals for things you want to ac.plish, rather than resolutions. The key to getting from where you are today to where you want to be is to take baby steps. The first thing you want to do is set realistic goals. Rather than determining to lose 25 pounds, create small goals over the next few months that you know you can work toward. It is much more feasible to lose five pounds in the next three weeks rather than working toward 25 or more. Monitor yourself along the way to make sure you are on track. As you reach the smaller goals continue to set more. The second thing you need to do is hold yourself accountable. Tell others about your goals and the steps you will take to reach them. The more people you tell the better. If you do not feel .fortable telling others, write down what you want to ac.plish and place it where you will be reminded every day, such as on your bathroom mirror. Lastly, think of your goals as year round rather than strictly New Year’s. New Year’s has an association of short-term because many people know they will not stick with them. Create a plan for yourself and check in every few days or weeks to see how you are doing. Reward yourself when you stay on track. Above all, make sure that your goals are feasible. If you set goals that are too lofty you are much less likely to achieve them. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: