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New Year Resolutions are a disaster for a majority of us.
They feel unpleasant due to the fact that we see them as an event. The time, process, dedication, and commitment we need to them done are ignored.
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Doing something every day keeps you in the process.
If you want to exercise, any form of exercise done daily, even a 5-minute walk is better than no exercise.
Figure out the simple quick step that you can do right now, instead of sitting and procrastinating on the big goal you have decided for yourself.
Focus on the easy steps, which can be done daily, turning it into a system of activity.
As we know, exercise in any form makes us better.
Instead of complicating the process and making it a big event, just smoothen the daily process. Make a habit of going out to exercise by getting up early, wearing the right clothes, packing the gym bag at night, so that you remove friction f...
All events have a backstory, a history, some amount of risk and sacrifice.
Get going on your social life/love life without worrying about anything else.
Be yourself and find a partner who clicks with you, using the various offline and online options available.
By knowing what you want, you are not being vague about your goal so you commit to special action steps.
Know what you want and keep a tracker to review your goals on a weekly or monthly basis.
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93% of us set new year resolutions, with the common themes being about losing weight, eating better, starting an exercise regime, or saving money.
Research shows that 45% of people fail within the first two months.
Every piece of new advice you hear has been said before. The real secret lies in how well you execute the advice. 🤔
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