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New Beginnings

It is time for a new beginning

In no time, it will be a new year and although people are making resolutions– they’re not always easy to keep.

Many of us get into a cycle where we make a goal, fall off… and then end up making that same goal next year.

I used to do the same year after year until I learnt some tricks and it is a pleasure to share them.

1) Make your goals specific.

Instead of saying you’re going to get in shape, say you want to be able to do 20 pull-ups or run 5 miles.

Making them specific makes them much more attainable.

2) Make sure your goals can be measured.
“If you can measure it, you can improve it.”
This will help you know when you’ve hit a plateau or even if you start slipping backwards.

3) When you do slip up, just get back up.
Many people have the ‘all or nothing’ mindset, but that doesn’t work with goals.
If your goal is to workout 4 days out the week, but you end up missing a day, then that doesn’t mean skip the entire week. Just workout 3 days that week and get back to your goal when you can.
Some progress is better than none.

4) Schedule it.

Lots of people complain about not having the time to do things. So, if you can’t find the time, make it.
If your goal is to finish a certain number of books in a month, then set aside time before bed to read.
Treat your resolutions as you do doctor’s appointments; you wouldn’t reschedule those, so why reschedule your goals?

5) Share your goals with friends and family.
Social support is critical.
It might be hard to tell other people your goals, especially if you fear you may fail. But it actually helps your odds of success.
Get an accountability partner, someone to check in on you daily or weekly. It’s much easier to break a promise to yourself than to a friend.

6) Be patient.
You might not be able to run 5 miles by February, but just stick with your goals and you’ll eventually be able to do it, even if it’s not as quickly as you had planned.

Aquilla

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