Already a week into the new year, and you may be feeling like you are crushing your new year’s goals. Or, if you’re like the only 92 percent of the population, you may be needing a little help. If you are looking for some resolutions for your health that are both attainable and impactful, take a look at some of our suggestions.
Did you know that writing out a goal makes you 1.2 to 1.4 times more likely to accomplish it? And having someone to report your goal to exceeds that number even more. Mark Murphy, senior contributor to Forbes, wrote that, “Vividly describing your goals in written form is strongly associated with goal success, and people who very vividly describe or picture their goals are anywhere from 1.2 to 1.4 times more likely to successfully accomplish their goals than people who don’t.” Whatever your resolutions for this year may be, be sure to write them down—and better yet, share them with someone who can keep you accountable. You want to be even more confident in accomplishing your goals? Place them where you can see them every day for added motivation.
As we learned in 2020, much of life is out of our control. However, when we discover the aspects of our lives that we can control, we can create a better year and a better life for ourselves. Rather than creating a list of resolutions that will only add to the stress of the year, set resolutions that will help you feel more in control of your life by creating habits out of your goals. Studies show it takes 21 days to make a habit, and we want to help you in that journey for this new year. Join us in our social media challenge to use BrainTap once a day for the next 21 days. Follow us on social for more details in the coming days!
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