Every time New Years come around, we start to see those “What are your New Years Resolutions” questions. In January, gym memberships go up. By February attendance is down. Many people use the New Year as an opportunity to make large bucket lists or attempt extreme makeovers, whether personal or professional. With good intentions, people make their list of goals they want to accomplish and go for it. According to University of Scranton research’s only 8% of people achieve their New Year’s goals. Google why people fail at their New Year’s resolutions and the list is long AF!
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What if you are not in the resolution bandwagon at all?
I’ve never been a huge resolution person. Are you in that club?
Questions To Think About Instead Of New Year’s Resolutions.
- Write out your current life situation. What do you like? Anything you want to improve? Before you figure out where you want to go, you must first find out where you are right now. Just a brief write up will do.
- Write out your ideal life situation. What kind of income, lifestyle, day-to-day living do you want? Keep in mind, this is YOUR life, not anyone else’s.
- Write out what barriers you believe are holding you back from getting from your current situation to your ideal situation.
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