A resolution can be life changing or more dreaded than that leftover holiday fruitcake. If you’ve been working on one for the New Year, here are a few tips for success.
First, make a plan. Victories don’t come without strategy, a solid game plan, and an accountability partner or two. Good intentions and willpower alone won’t cut it.
And forget the quick fix. Lasting change requires long-term effort, so don’t fool yourself into thinking success will be instant. You have to ready yourself for a marathon, not a sprint.
Finally, it’s important to realize resolutions aren’t for everyone. If you’re not genuinely ready to change, you’re setting yourself up to fail. If you’re not sincere, then forget it.
Here are some more of my blogs on this topic:
- Resolutions 1
- New Year’s Resolution – Adopt and apply some highly healthy habits
- The Formula for Good Health = 0, 5, 10, 30, 150
- Four lifestyle choices reduce risk of chronic disease 80 percent
- New Year’s Resolution – Take the kids out for fast food less often
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