At the start of a new year many of us take the opportunity to reflect on the past year and set goals for the year ahead. These goals, or resolutions, can be big or small, personal or professional, and can range from learning a new skill to saving more money. Our CEO has spent the last 3+ years saying he is going to start doing yoga but has he done it, we’ll let you decide!
Making New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to motivate ourselves to make positive changes in our lives, but they can also be mighty tricky to stick to.
However, it’s important to keep in mind that change doesn’t happen overnight, and it’s normal to face setbacks along the way. It takes an average of 65 days to form a new habit, so the key is to stay committed and not get discouraged.
Here are a few tips for setting and achieving your New Year’s resolutions:
- Make them specific and achievable: try setting a specific goal, such as “post on ClickASnap daily.”
- Write them down: Studies have shown that people who write down their goals are more likely to achieve them.
- Track your progress: Keep track of your progress and celebrate your successes along the way.
- Don’t beat yourself up: It’s normal to have setbacks, and it’s important to be kind to yourself when they happen.
Remember, the start of a new year is a fresh start and an opportunity to make positive changes in your life.