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New Year, New You? How to Set Resolutions That You Can Actually Achieve

New Year's resolutions

New Year's resolutions

We seem to set goals around New Year's to re-evaluate where we are in life.

Statistics tell us that the vast majority of people will fail at their New Year's resolutions, but by choosing the right goals and creating a well-grounded plan, we will be able to keep on track.

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Micro-steps For Big Gains
  1. Turn off your devices a few hours before sleeping.
  2. Set an ‘it’s bedtime’ alarm to remind yourself.
  3. Eat with mindfulness, in a seated and relaxed manner.
  4. Walk around instead of sitting during a meeting, for more creative output.
  5. Turn off all notifications except the crucial contacts.
  6. Reduce all time-sucking distractions from your smartphone and make it a tool instead of a toy.
  7. Leave time aside to be intentionally bored, instead of fiddling with your device.
  8. Answer email in blocks of time and not 24/7.
  9. Set aside time to write about your worries and concerns.
  10. Be comfortable with having unfinished work at the end of the day.
There are no such things as secrets when it comes to personal success
Every piece of new advice you hear has been said before. The real secret lies in how well you execute the advice.  🤔
Doing something is better than saying you’re going to do something.
Doing something is better than saying you’re going to do something. No one can argue with that.  🏅
Practical Tips To Make Your Resolutions Stick Even Better ⚓️
  1. Keep It Small — It’s about thinking big and acting small. You’ll achieve those big goals in time.

  2. Measure Your Progress — If you don’t measure your progress, it’s safe to say that you are not making any. 

  3. Be Accountable To Yourself — One of the most important skills you can learn in life is to be self-reliant. 

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“The objective is what I want to have accomplished. The key results are how I’m going to get it done. T..."
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Make Your Personal OKRs Visible
  • Put considered thought into crafting the best personal OKRs and you hold yourself accountable to them.
  • Post the OKRs where you’ll see them very regularly.
  • Add weekly calendar reminders to track your progress.