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January 09, 2018
The coming of a new year ushers in a whole new world of fresh starts, the very idea of a new beginning brings hope, strength and a renewed vigour of change. For these reasons, it is not uncommon for people to set New Year resolutions which often comprises of elaborate promises and statements of things that they will and won’t do in the next 365 days. This has not only become a culture but a well-accepted norm all over the world.
Why then has it become increasingly difficult for people to stick to their new year resolutions? The reasons for this is not farfetched, resolutions are often made from a position of wishful thinking and desire. As the New Year approaches, people expect that the idea of a new timeline will provide them magical strength or will-power to let go of old habits and mind-set without actually laying out plans to achieve these goals. Even more common is the bland nature of these resolutions, these self-promises are often black or white, absolute statements and ideas with no bankable plan for a follow through. It is therefore important to realize that while making out plans and objective, one must set out a procedure to be followed if the goals are to be achieved. It is also important to understand that such resolutions often fail because they provide an unrealistic ultimatum that brings unnecessary pressure, by understanding that old habits may be hard to break, you give yourself more wiggle room to stick to a goal and achieve your desired plan.
A great new way to avoid all of these shortcomings is by setting goals. Rather than piling on a list of things to avoid and new habits to pick up, goals require that you maintain a certain level of focus and dedication to your target. The very concept of a goal requires that you stay persistent and consistent in the face of adversity, and the defining factor here is the presence of a plan that brings it all to fruition. There are a few steps to note when setting out your goals and some of them are:
Regardless of what your plans for the forthcoming year is, the key is to always stay committed. Whether it is to lose weight, perform better at school, work harder, take up a hobby, start-up your business or anything at all, always remember to set goals and stick to them. Have a great year ahead.
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