Out with the old, in with the new. New plans, new goals, new wants and needs, yet the success rate on New Year’s resolutions are astonishingly low. 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. Heres why…
Most resolutions aren’t resolutions, for clarity, the meaning of resolution is ‘To make a firm decision to do or not to do something’ yet almost everyone approaches them with a wishy-washy approach.
I feel the bigger problem is that the resolution is just a nice idea, something that most would like to see happen, but have no real commitment towards it.
Also, another issue is that people focus on trying to change things that are outside of them, to ensure meaningful and lasting change, you need to start inside. Go to the root of the problem (Need a hand finding it, book a free call with me – click here). Trying to change whats happening outside of you will be as effective as you trying to change your reflection in a mirror with changing your actual appearance, nothings going to happen.
So if you’re serious about making 2018 the year that matters, then start from within, find the real desires, the driving force, find your WHY and then move into action.
Be sure you clearly identify what you want the result to be, otherwise how will you know if you achieve it or not. Also ensure you know the reason you’re aiming for this goal, your WHY, reasons will come first, answers will follow.
Have I missed anything out? Whats your thoughts about this?