I’ve heard too many times about resolutions of losing weight, saving more or working less. Most of these plans go out the door before the end of March (if they make it that far).
I can’t say that I know anyone who’s made a New Year’s Resolution and stuck to it all year long. Do you?
If you are someone who makes these resolutions and find it hard to stick to them, here are some simple ways that may help.
- Have just one resolution
- Define it properly and know exactly what must be achieved
- Create a time table to enable you to do it in portions or stages
- Tell your close family what it is and rope in their help too
- Choose a time to start. Your start day needn’t be January 1st
- Important: When you fail, pick yourself up, dust off, and start over again. Remember that failure isn’t a malfunction or a stumble. It’s a complete crash. Learn to get up when you fall.