Happy first day of 2014! In writing the first blog of the year, I realize that it will not apply to everyone. Many of you can stop reading here, because this probably won’t pertain to you. You’ve never had this problem and may never have to deal with it. This blog is for those of you who consistently set resolutions or goals for the new year and have gone well off the course of achieving them by January 31st.
Let’s keep this short and simple. If you are still reading, it means that you are ready to stop that cycle of failed resolutions. And just how will you do this? It’s a lot simpler than you would think. If you want to be more successful at achieving your goals this year, reduce the New YEAR’S resolutions to New MONTH, New WEEK, New DAY, and for some it may even be New HOUR resolutions. Here’s why.
1. When you break lofty goals into smaller pieces, they become manageable.
2. When you break the goals into smaller pieces, they will become sustainable.
3. With each small goal you accomplish, it builds your confidence to do more.
I’m going to let you think about these three reasons for a few days, and in my next blog, I’ll share the reasoning behind each one. In the meantime, I’d love to hear from you on this subject. Feel free to post on our FB page (entropiaconsulting ) or tweet (@drqualls).