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How to get back on track with your New Year’s resolutions (it’s not too late!)

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Now that we are halfway through the calendar year, many of us have lost sight of our New Year’s resolutions. The enthusiasm and drive to pursue new passions, achieve new goals and achieve resolutions has taken a back seat in the daily grind and distractions that our lives can be consumed with. According to a study by YouGovAmerica.comnearly one in four Americans has drafted a resolution for 2022.

The real challenge is to make your intentions come true. About 80% of all New Year’s resolutions fail in February, according to US news and world report. From creating unrealistic expectations to not having a plan to a lack of motivation and responsibility, we tend to set ourselves up for failure before we even get started.

The most common goal of the respondents, which dominates almost 25% of all resolutions, is to live healthier. Living a healthier lifestyle can mean many different things. There are countless ways to improve your current personal and professional lifestyle for a healthier physical and mental you. So, here are five questions to re-acquaint yourself with your New Year’s resolutions to make sure they stick:

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1. What is your main goal?

From living healthier to saving money to connecting more with friends and family to growing professionally, these are some of the most common major resolutions people make every year. It is important to have, articulate and share your goals so that they become tangible. As self-contained goals, they can seem overwhelming and unattainable without the right support mechanisms.

2. What are your mini goals in pursuing your main goal?

Mini goals are the foundation for pursuing your major goals. They are the building blocks that ultimately lead to achieving your most important goals. For example, if your main goal is to live a healthier life, it might be a series of mini-goals to pursue your main goal of getting 30 minutes of exercise every day, eating healthier foods, saving money, pursuing a passion project, and nurture marriage. Having mini goals will help you focus on the kinds of strategies you need to implement to achieve your big goals and identify specific activities as a road map to reach your mini and big goals.

3. What is your strategy?

Your strategy should be the specific steps you will use to achieve your mini goals. Do you make a schedule in which you set aside a specific time each day to exercise? Are you going to cut sugar from your diet? What is the specific amount (or % of income) that you are going to save each month? What activity or hobby are you and your partner going to start together? It is imperative to identify the specific steps you intend to take, otherwise your goals are just ideas without execution. The strategies you use help determine the resources, tools, and methods you use to track your progress.

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4. What resources will you use?

Do you use a digital food log app to track your food intake? Do you go to a pension specialist or do you automatically save 5% of your salary every month? Are you going to join a gym or online training program? It’s vital to have a way to execute each strategy, track your progress, assess its effectiveness, and hold yourself accountable. Whether it’s bringing in a team member (such as a life coach or dietitian) or using digital apps, there are countless resources and methods to implement your strategies.

5. What are your milestone moments?

It’s important to identify, embrace and celebrate your achievements along the way. Charities do not necessarily have an end point. They are about implementing and maintaining healthy habits. So if regular exercise is part of your goal model, a milestone moment could be 10 consecutive days of 30 minutes of exercise a day. Celebrate with a fun activity. Then calibrate the next milestone for 15 or 20 days in a row. If it saves money, set a target amount and celebrate when you reach that achievement, then set the next milestone again.

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Remember this is about you. So, personalizing your goals and strategies, finding the right resources to support and track your efforts, and setting milestones for achieving milestones should be based on your needs and desires and what’s best for you. works. The most important thing to remember is that change does not happen overnight and it is an imperfect process. So keep a positive attitude when making and pursuing your resolutions, let the process be gradual, recognize your achievements along the way, and leave some room for mistakes and errors.

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