Frankly, I am not one for New Year’s Resolutions. Why? Because these are usually halfhearted resolutions at the spur of the evening, and they have no thought behind them. Unfortunately, many of these resolutions fade very quickly because the will or resolve in the resolution is not there. After the fizz from the New Year’s Eve will the commitment remain? In most cases, the answer is no.
My favorite example is at my Gym. Next week I will need to get there early to account for the increased number of people who have just signed up. But like every year, by the end of February there will be plenty of room.
Why do people fail to keep New Year’s resolutions? Perhaps they really did not want to do what they had resolved to do. The first step toward making that resolution is to really know what you want to do in the first place.
Do you have desires or are there things that you want to change in your personal life or in your business life? Start by making a list of your desires. Here are some ideas to begin your thought process.
There is much food for thought here. Notice that I capitalized the word WHY for a reason. You need to really want to do something. The best way to test a resolution or a goal is to ask yourself WHY you want it in the first place. What will it do for you? Don’t do it to please someone else. Don’t do it because someone told you that you should do it. Who knows the most about what you want? You do.
This New Year’s resolve to do something you really want in 2020.
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