New Year’s Resolutions

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

New Years Resolutions

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The start of 2019 is a great time for people to reflect and make goals going into the new year. But it is important to really pick a goal that is reachable.

A lot of these resolutions fail because they’re not the right resolutions. And a resolution may be wrong for one of three main reasons:

  • It’s a resolution created based on what someone else (or society) is telling you to change.
  • It’s too vague.
  • You don’t have a realistic plan for achieving your resolution

You should really consider what your new year’s resolution is and be smart about it.

Be Specific. Your resolution should be absolutely clear. “Making a concrete goal is really important rather than just vaguely

Be Measurable. Check up with yourself on your resolution to make sure your following through.

Be Achievable. This doesn’t mean that you can’t have big stretch goals. But trying to take too big a step too fast can leave you frustrated, or affect other areas of your life to the point that your resolution takes over your life — and both you and your friends and family flail.

Be Relevant. Is this a goal that really matters to you, and are you making it for the right reasons?

Be Time-bound. Like “achievable,” the timeline toward reaching your goal should be realistic, too. That means giving yourself enough time to do it with lots of smaller intermediate goals set up along the way.

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