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How To Keep Your New Years Resolution For 2014

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How To Keep Your New Years Resolution For 2014

Author : John Stone   Top Author

Submitted : 2014-01-10 05:21:56    Word Count : 437    Popularity:   Not Rated

Tags:   new years, new years resolution, goal setting, weight loss, make more money

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Every year like clock work people come up with what their new years resolutions will be. The only problem with these are that most people will never end up following through with them. Having goals for yourself is a good thing, and it helps you to grow as a person, but if you never take actions on those goals they never become accomplishments. Goals with no action plan or no motivation are simply just wishes. Wishes never seem to happen, unless you're living in some sort of fairytale land.

When it comes down to making your new years resolution for 2014 come true, try and focus on something realistic. Most people will center their new years resolutions around owing weight, making more money, getting a new job, or something similar. Some will even make their new years resolution that they want to find the love of their life, or increase their romance in their current relationships. The good news is that all of these goals are absolutely actionable and attainable under the right steps.

Be sure your goal is realistic and something that you not only truly want to accomplish, but something that is realistic for you to actually get done. Setting goals that are too far out will likely lead to discouragement and end up never happening. The first step is to set a goal that is attainable, and then set an action plan of what you're actually going to do to achieve that goal. Since new years resolutions typically revolve around losing weight I'll use that as an example. Setting a goal of "I want to lose weight" doesn't really tell me anything. However, setting a goal of I want to lose 20 pounds by this time next year gives you a set measurable goal for you to achieve. Once you have the set measurable goal in your mind, you just need to set your priorities and make a list of tasks you can do to achieve that goal. There is much more that goes into sticking to your new years resolutions however.

There are a ton of guides online and tips you can find for what you should to to be able to stick to your new years resolution. A simple google search will assist you, and remember not to give up. Giving up is the worst thing you can do, don't be afraid of failure, go for your goals. Check out what it takes to truly accomplish your New Years resolutions so by next year you can be proud that you have accomplished them.

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John Stone recommends the following instructions on how to stick to your New Years Resolution, found here

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