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Make January Your Best Self, Not Just A Resolution

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The whole point of the New Year is to set yourself up for success in the coming year. Unfortunately, most people focus on setting resolutions and doing better than they did in the past year. But resolutions don’t work. They make you feel guilty when you don’t meet them. The key is to set achievable goals to see your results and be successful!

How to create the perfect new year’s resolutions

The key to making a new year’s resolution work is to believe that you can do it. If you don’t think that it’s possible, then there’s no way you’ll follow through. Make a list of everything your resolution encompasses and write down why this is important to you. This will give your brain a more concrete goal and make it easier to stay on track.

The psychology of goal setting

The key to achieving your goals is to make them measurable. You need to be able to see whether you’re reaching your goal by the end of a month, a week, a day, or a minute. Write down some achievable goals for this month and things that will help you get better at growing your skills to reach your long-term goals.

Benefits of setting small, realistic goals

One of the best ways to keep your New Year resolutions is to set small, realistic goals. This way, you have a higher chance of success rather than giving up after one week. If you give yourself too many plans or just set them too high, it will be hard to stick with them. For example, if you want to work out for an hour every day but only make it twice in the first week, chances are good that you’ll stop trying. You may also find that setting small goals for yourself will help you lose weight and be more confident.

Ways to increase and integrate your motivation and willpower

You know you need to be motivated and have the will to achieve your goals, but how do you get motivated and stay motivated? Here are some tips:

-Be more intentional about what you say yes to and prioritize the things that will help you get closer to your goal.

-Nurture the relationships in your life that add value and take time.

-Create a vision board or find something else that can serve as a reminder of what you’re working towards.

In the end, January is only one-eighth of your life. You can make it as bad as possible or as good as possible. It all starts with your mindset and choosing to view the month. Read this blog to understand more about how you can have a great month, not just a resolution.

 

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