Welcome to 2019 guys! It’s that time of the year were new resolutions are in place, hopes are high and there is a renewed enthusiasm to face the new years’ challenges. Statistics show that over 80% of resolution makers are disappointed by early February. So we’ve got some tips to help you achieve your goals this year.
Believe in yourself, and the rest will fall into place. Have faith in your own abilities, work hard, and there is nothing you cannot accomplish. – Brad Henry
First thing’s first. You GOT THIS GIRL! The first step to achieving your goals this year is believing that you can actually accomplish them. Your positive attitude towards this year will radiate into everything you touch and set your mind to. Surround yourself with positive energy and good vibes that make you feel good, so the world can receive your BEST.
“If we want to feel an undying passion for our work, if we want to feel we are contributing to something bigger than ourselves, we all need to know our WHY.” – Simon Sinek
If you plan to accomplish anything this year, you need to have a solid why. It is almost inevitable to go with the flow and forget the end goal when completing excess paperwork, eating more vegetables or late night phone calls. This year, write out your why and motivate yourself by reconnecting with it frequently.
Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort. Paul J. Meyer
Plan, organize and set bite size goals. If you’re like me, I have got HUGE goals I want to accomplish this year. But sometimes, my goals can be a little intimidating. So I started chopping them into bite size pieces and setting timelines to keep myself on track. There are so many tools for planning and organizing on the web and in stores, but which ever you choose, BE CONSISTENT with it.
“Track your progress” – Anonymous
How do you know you are making progress? TRACK IT. A simple line through your itemized list will do.
People have to realize that dieting is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. If you celebrate the small victories, you will eventually win the war. – Ian K. Smith
Last but not least, celebrate your small wins. Don’t wait to throw a huge party once you have accomplished your goal – reward yourself with that new notebook, a weekend out with friends or simply a cookie for a job well done.