80% of New Year's resolutions fail by February — here's how to keep yours.
Don’t make resolutions, make monthly goals. When was the last time you made a new year’s resolution and it lasted throughout the year? We bite off more than we can chew, so to speak. The goal needs to be small and simple, measurable, achievable, relatable and timely. Make a monthly health goal, relationship goal and business goal. At the end of month, reflect on what worked, what didn't and why. Set new goals in these areas and try again.
You don’t need permission to wait until January 1, start today. What makes today different than 2 months from now? Nothing. Why? Because chances are when that day arrives, you will have another excuse lined up.
Why? Get rooted in why the goal is important to you and make it exciting. If you are not in touch with why you are doing it, you will get distracted, make excuses and fail. If the goal doesn't excite you or challenge you, why do it? Make a goal that stretches you out of your comfort zone. The feeling on the other side is waiting for you.
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