Happy New Year!!! It is 2018 and we all have a whole new year to pursue our passions, grow in our careers, and personally develop as much as we want. So, what do most people do? They start the new year off with their New Year’s Resolutions, but before they know it, most people fail at keeping them.
How Can You Stop The Madness for 2018?
Make your New Year’s Resolutions inclusive of things you would already accomplish in your daily life. You plan to breathe, eat, sleep, and go to work right? It means you start off the year as a winner who is checking off your New Year’s Resolution list every single day.
Having a winning mindset means you are more likely to feel motivated to keep going down your New Year’s Resolution checklist to take on the goals that require more effort, creativity, and determination.
What Should Go On Your New Year’s Resolution List?
That is totally up to YOU. When people say that you are the ‘Master of Your Fate’, they really do mean it. You decide who you are, what you do, and how you make an impact in this world. 2018 is a new year for you to decide what you want to accomplish and what you get out of the new year.
What are Common New Year’s Resolutions?
- Lose weight
- Get Organized
- Learn to Say “No”
- Travel More
- Spend More Time with Family and Friends
- Learn a New Skill or Take Up a New Hobby
Keeping your New Year’s Resolutions shouldn’t feel like banging your head against the wall. Making these goals is a guide for how you plan to make the most of the year. In addition to having a list made of goals that you will absolutely accomplish, the rest of your list can include goals addressing your career, personal passions, health, spirituality, or anything else that you deem important and necessary to achieve this year.
How Do You Come Up with Your New Year’s Resolution List?
Asking these critical questions will help you create a New Year’s Resolution list that is genuine to you and what you really want.
- What makes you happy?
- What are things you want to avoid this year?
- Are there things you want to improve upon?
- Are you happy with how you manage your time in your life?
- Are there people you want to connect with?
- Have you created a plan to achieve your goals?
- Are you willing to put in the effort to achieve your goals?
It is the beginning of 2018. Take the time to reflect and answer the questions above, so you can create a list of New Year’s Resolutions that you actually want and will actually achieve.