I meet more and more people who no longer commit to New Year’s Resolutions. Some of them have realized that they can make changes at any time of year, and this is terrific. But many of them have simply given up on attempting to make a change because they’ve been unsuccessful in the past. This is not good.
If you decide to make a change – whether it’s New Year’s Resolutions or a July 4th resolution – your desire to change will remain as a wish until you create a roadmap. Only then will your wish become a goal. Your creation of this roadmap will help you prepare for your change and therefore highly increase your probability of success.
Here are five questions to ask yourself to get started on creating the roadmap for your New Year’s Resolutions:
Have you reflected yet about all of your successes in 2019?
What big and small goals – planned and unplanned progress – did you accomplish?
What steps did you take to achieve your goals?
What did you not accomplish that you’d wanted to?
What kind of adjustments do you need to make to either remove that objective from your list or make sure it happens in 2020?
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