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Five Tips for Keeping New Years’ Resolutions

written by Darlene Lancer January 17, 2019
Five Tips for Keeping New Years’ Resolutions

Why bother to make resolutions only to then feel disappointed or guilty for breaking them? Do you get excited and resolve to change, but within days or weeks lose interest and can’t motivate yourself? Wonder why you get sidetracked by distractions or become easily discouraged when quick results aren’t forthcoming?

The problem is threefold:

Setting an Attainable Goal

When you think about goal setting, you realize that it’s a process and that it requires effort to reach your target; whereas a resolution is a decision or intention. It has to be more than a wish, but it’s only the first step in reaching a goal. There’s no implication that planning or effort is involved. It’s as if saying it makes it so. Naturally, it doesn’t. Change isn’t easy. Instead of making several New Year’s “resolutions,” make one you can keep, and it will give you confidence that you can do more.

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