It’s that time of year again. The time of year when we feel like we have to completely overhaul our lives for this year to turn out better than the last. New Year’s Resolutions are HARD! I finally stopped making them. I just couldn’t live up to the expectations I had built in my mind of how I was going to lose that extra weight, spend more time with my kids, save some money, finally organize my house top to bottom, and on and on…before I know it, it’s December again and I haven’t gotten anywhere close to beating those resolutions. Then I realized there’s an easier way to make and meet goals for a new year.
I’m not saying New Year’s resolutions are a bad thing. In fact, if you have a specific goal in mind, then starting at the beginning of a fresh new year is ideal. It’s a blank slate just waiting for you to write on it. What I have learned is that making grand, sweeping resolutions rarely work. If you’re interested in learning how to set realistic goals that you can stick to, read on!
If you want to make resolutions that last beyond January 31st, it’s important to change how you think. Most of us start out the year positive and motivated, but by week three reality sets in and suddenly those goals don’t seem all that important anymore.
A few tweaks to how we handle New Year’s Resolutions could make a world of difference in whether we reach them.
If you’re a resolution maker, then following these six steps might just make you a resolution winner this year. And remember, BrainTap’s Pro App has over 700 creative visualization audio sessions perfectly designed to help you reach any goal you set for yourself. Why make resolutions harder than they have to be? Want to lose weight? Our Weight Wellness package is for you. Need to reduce stress? Stress Free Me is where you want to be. Want to improve that golf game? We got you. Need sleep? Check. Whatever your goals are, we’re here to help you reach them.
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