January’s Over: Where Are You In Terms of Your New Year’s Resolutions?
The first month of the new year is now over, and as February begins, you should ask yourself an important question: How are your New Year’s resolutions going?
If you’re anything like most people, it is not unlikely that at this point, your resolutions have waned significantly, or failed entirely.
But the year is not over – you can pick up where you left off and get back on track. Here’s how:
Refocus Your Energy
Maybe you didn’t quite stick to your resolution because you simply didn’t have the energy to. The first part of the year can be stressful, and your energy may have been drained by myriad other things happening around you. But now’s not the time for excuses; get back in shape energetically and get back on your goals.
Put a Plan in Plan
One reason that so many goals fail early on is because goal setters set a goal, but then attempt to accomplish it haphazardly. Attaining goals takes specific planning – if you don’t have a plan, you won’t get very far.
Commit, Commit, Commit
Finally, you must truly be committed to your resolutions in order to achieve them. Think about it – is this something you really want?
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