The start of a new year brings new motivation for achieving goals and for making long-range plans, from the desire to read more, keep active and live healthier, to resolving to challenge yourself mentally, physically, spiritually in the new year. But, as the holiday memories begin to fade, the normal schedule resumes, and along with those fading memories, the goals you hoped to achieve can likewise be forgotten in the January routine.
2016 is upon us, and we are hoping that it finds you ready for new beginnings. With change and new direction often at the forefront of people's minds at the start of a new year, it is important to make those things happen, rather than just plan. Initiate some small steps in the right direction. Take advantage of comparatively quieter January following the busy holiday season to set achievable goals.
Whether it is another 20 pushups or committing to a daily jog down the block, this is the time to remember basic disciplines in reaching attainable goals. Though often attempted for at least a month, perhaps setting progressively incremental steps-- rather than one big leap --would help get you there. Overall, it is helpful to compare last year's achievements to what CAN and SHOULD be done. Avoid being one who has big ambition but too little drive to accomplish it.
Go ahead; take the extra effort to prepare! Give some consideration to the areas in which you are lacking in your life. Before you start the gym membership or try to add extra items to your budget, why not come up with a list and include ideas of how to change those things needing growth. Start with the basic 5 things that you would change. Where is it easiest to make an initial change? How will you go about that change? Ask some of these questions before you make the list. Add at least one extra-difficult area to the list that you know requires effort, even if relatively simple. Reckon with the best practices for starting the new year off successfully, and include basic principles that you would like to see instilled as you start, in the morning, and then carry out through the day.
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