ALREADY FAILED ON YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION? HERE'S WHY IT DOESN'T ACTUALLY MATTER...

goals Jan 13, 2021
Well, here we are halfway through the first month of the new year...how many of us have already failed at those New Year's resolutions we set a week and a half ago? In my early 20s, I worked in a chocolate shop, and I remember our business would go way down in the new year as people cut chocolate (of all things!) out of their lives, but it would steadily build back up as customers returned, sometimes with slightly guilty looks on their faces as they strayed away from their resolutions. Today, I'll share why a New Year's resolution was never actually the way to achieve your goal and what you can do instead.

Let me tell you a secret...

This may come as a surprise (but I know you're a smart cookie, so it probably won't), but there's nothing magic about January 1st that makes it easier to set and stick to a goal. Sure, it feels like magic and goal-achieving pixie dust is in the air, especially when you scroll through social media and see all of the posts about people spending a full day...
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CRUSHING A GOAL IN THE NEW YEAR? SET YOURSELF UP FOR SUCCESS IN 3 EASY STEPS

goals Jan 01, 2021

Now is the time when many people start thinking about setting new goals, establishing new habits, or trying out a different, healthier lifestyle. If you’ve ever made a goal (or a New Year’s resolution) only to have it all fall apart a few days later, you aren’t alone. Here, I’m sharing my three favorite tips for actually crushing that goal you set.

Pick only one

If you're feeling ambitious, it's likely that you're also feeling prone to overdo it with the number of goals that you set. I've certainly been guilty of this, and I've seen myself fail quickly in the times that I thought crushing five goals at once was the way to go. You might have a health goal, a financial goal, a relationship goal, a reading goal, and any number of other goals -- that's great! Especially if you are focused on habit-based goals and you intend to track your progress, my advice is to start with just one. Choose the goal that is most important to you -- the keystone goal, if you...

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