The hustle and bustle of the holidays is here. Hanukkah has ended, Christmas Day is only a few days away and New Year’s is almost upon us. It’s a great time to start thinking about your New Year’s resolutions and planning your promotions for 2013. Here are a few tips to help you stick to your goals for the New Year.
Make Attainable Resolutions:
The first tip for successful resolutions is making sure your goals are reasonable and that you’re not setting yourself up for failure. Don’t expect to change overnight; resolutions are a way to set goals to better yourself throughout the year. Make resolutions that are challenging yet attainable and stick with them!
Formulate A Plan:
Having a plan before you start tackling your resolution is an effective way to set goals and give you a precise plan of attack. This will help you decide how exactly you will accomplish your goals and how to stay committed to your resolution all year long.
If you break down your resolution into smaller achievable goals it’s easier to stick with it. Aim for smaller goals that will add up to your end objective. This will also let you achieve small milestones that you can celebrate, which is a great way to stay motivated.
Find A Resolution Partner:
It’s a great idea to make a resolution with a partner. This person will act as a support system, offering encouragement, reminders and give you help when needed. You’re not alone – friends, family, peers, co-workers can all be fantastic motivators.
Don’t Give Up:
Remember that if you have a set-back, not to give up on your resolution. Just continue with your goals and keep putting forth effort into achieving your resolution. Everyone needs a break from time to time, so don’t let a small set-back in your goals stop you from keeping to your resolution.
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