It’s that time of year again and, if you’re anything like nearly half the world’s population, you’re probably thinking about your New Year’s resolutions.
Every year, countless individuals use the New Year as an opportunity to commit to creating meaningful, lasting change …
And yet, less than 30 days later, 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail.
Why? Is it that people aren’t serious about creating change? Are their goals too lofty? Are they just plain lazy?
Why do most New Year’s resolutions fail?
To answer this question, we first need to ask a more basic question: What is a New Year’s resolution?
At its core, a New Year’s resolution is simply a goal to act differently.
The key word in that definition is “act.”
Without action—or forward momentum—you can’t create change.
Common sense, right?
And yet most resolutions aren’t actionable; they’re merely inspirational.
Let me give you an example.
“This year, I’m going to lose 10 kg.”
That’s great, but how? “Losing 10 kg” isn’t an action; it’s a result.
It’s something you can aspire to, but not something you can do.
You can, on the other hand, choose to exercise three days a week, or remove dairy from your diet—and, in doing so, lose the 10 kg.
Change—meaningful, lasting change—is almost always the result of the action, not inspiration.
You can make that change by simply changing your habits.
And yet most resolutions are on inspiration and light on action.
So that begs the obvious question, “Now what?” What do we have to change to make our New Year’s resolutions more actionable this year?
Check out the 3 Secret to Make A Resolution Work For You.
Psychologists say come up with a plan for success and don’t let one setback convince you to give up.
Here’s the video:
Hope that help. Nevertheless, we at WMA wish everyone a very happy 2019. May this year be the best for you.
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