The presents are unwrapped and the eggnog carton is empty. What’s next? That’s right, it’s time to set your New Year’s resolutions.
The great news is, this year you’ll be part of the elite 8 percent who achieve their resolutions. How to achieve your new year’s resolutions? You’ll be equipped with the knowledge for success and a corresponding goal-setting booklet. With these in your arsenal, success is yours.
To lay the foundation, here’s what you need to know: Humans are goal-seeking creatures. Our brains are hardwired to align our outer and inner worlds. If we deliberately, rather than passively, seek something, we will find it. It’s the law of attraction. If you take the time to clearly define what you want and chart a realistic course, you will be successful. It sounds simple because it is. Where most people fall short is personal accountability.
To hold yourself responsible, practice these four goal setting and tracking tips:
Take the last few days of December to consider your life goals. Once you’ve defined them, then decide what you’re going to tackle in 2014. To help you achieve your new year’s goals, I’ve assembled a goal-tracking journal, which is conveniently modeled after the process above. Visit our homepage for a free pdf download. (It’s the WTF download.)
Happy New Year!
Originally published in the Tennessean.
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