The word “resolutions” is not a typo. Yes, I did mean more than one and yes you can keep them. Follow these steps and you can accomplish many tasks. It’s better than making one grand gesture that you may or may not achieve. This will help you prioritize your life. You will tackle each step every month until you succeed at all twelve goals. It is simple, direct and custom built around your unique needs.
- Choose an objective in which you were planning on achieving.
- Choose one that takes more than one day to accomplish.
- Make sure it is a doable goal.
- Break it up into two or more parts that must be completed to finish the project.
For example, the resolution for January is to sew a costume for my little girl to wear in her school play. In order to do this I have to coordinate with the school, buy material and sew it. It needs to be done because the teacher assigned me the task since I had previous experience doing costumes and the school is short on money. This fits all the above criteria. It is a goal I had to accomplish. It takes more than one day to do it and is a doable task. The main goal has been broken down into smaller steps to finish before accomplishing the end product.
Towards the end of January start thinking about what February’s resolution could be. Use the same steps you did for January. At the end of the year you will have twelve tasks you completed. Setting a reasonable goal each month and achieving it will boost your self esteem. So start with January and be amazed by December.
Good Luck and Happy New Year!