If failing to turn our New Year’s resolution into reality will cost us money,then most of us will lose money by late February. I know someone is feeling guilty right now LOL.
We are all excited and making New Year’s Resolutions, well it’s okay and very normal to do so.
In January 2020, we presumably had a long list of resolutions,but uncertainty came along which set us back, but some have managed to make lemonade out of lemons.
Now, in this post we share with you three tips, yes just three, but very relevant in transforming your New Year’s Resolutions from a list on a paper to reality. So let’s begin.
MAKE YOUR RESOULTIONS PART OF YOUR LIFESTYLE
There is a golden rule in everything we do.And one thing we should observe within us is, whatever is part of our lifestyle is always a priority. So, that resolution to make $50 extra money every week or lose weight or even starting a career, you can only achieve it when it’s part of what you do everyday .You can not lose weight if you don’t control what you eat, if you don’t exercise. So the first step to achieving resolutions is by including it and making it part of your daily lifestyle.
If you can achieve this then you might be closer to achieving your goals.
KNOW YOUR WHY AND BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
If you write down your resolutions and you really can’t know your why, huh dear, that would be a tough one.Knowing your why, is knowing your purpose and that alone is a different energy which can’t be substituted when working on your new year’s resolutions.
In addition, believe in yourself, believe despite risks you will surely take bold steps – but make it calculated risks, you don’t want to something crazy and say you were taking a risk lol.
TAKE ACTION AND DON’T PROCRASTINATE
Procrastination is one the fastest ways to kill your resolutions. When you keep on saying till next week, till tomorrow, thinking you have all the time in the world while December 31st creeps on you unawares .So don’t procrastinate, take action now and make the best out of your life.
Happy new year in advance to you and your family! Stay Safe! And mask up!