The first days of January are always full of promises of the things we want and we will meet in the year, such as losing weight, quitting smoking, have a better job. But be aware that very few of those promises to materialize because we surrender or forget if any made within a few weeks.
When the year starts it gives us new opportunities to start fresh, try new things and rebuild our dreams. So it is important to have in mind that every opportunity is good and will help you closer to your goals, and don’t have to have all that pressure to achieve our promises today for today, but over a period of time .
How to make this happen?
Having since the beginning clear goals. And today I want to help you achieve all these goals and promises you made the beginning of the year.
Make your New Year’s resolutions, promises for life
If you set out to change your life, do not put a time frame of one year. Dieting doesn’t mean that in six months you’ll be skinny and you go back to eating fats and sugars. Refer your goals for lifestyle changes and long-term goals. Think what you want to accomplish, and then it will be easier to devise a plan with short-term objectives in stages. It will be easier to meet small goals that in the long run make a large target.
4 steps to fulfill your New Year’s resolutions
- Keep it real. Identify what you really want to achieve in your life. Don’t get thousands of New Year’s resolutions so you know you can’t fulfill them.
- Divide big goals into small goals and steps. Big dreams are far and try to reach them on the fast track leads to frustration and failure. Go slowly, step by step. Each small goal you closer to a big goal.
- Make a list of goals and steps. Always remember what you want to achieve and do not let the routine divert you from your sleep.
- It won’t be easy to achieve some new year’s resolutions, but you must plan and prepare the sacrifices, efforts and perseverance you need to keep you on track.