January 8, 2020
Switch your thinking to keep resolutions on track
Happy New Year!
Oops, the year has hardly begun and we’re heading for the New Year’s resolution danger zone. Already, “chances are pretty good that all those lofty resolutions you made before the clock struck midnight on Dec. 31 have fallen by the wayside,” says executive coach Harrison Monarth.
What happens? We have good intentions, but the reality isn’t fun. We don’t see results soon enough. We mess up once or twice and give up.
If you struggle with keeping your own resolutions, the way you think about them and the words you use may be part of the problem. My latest blog post has nine tips to help you switch your thinking to keep your resolutions on track. It could be as simple as picking just ONE resolution, or focusing on the process, not the goal.As always, thanks for reading.
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