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Most of us set goals heading into the new year with aspirations to accomplish greatness when it comes to health, weight and performance. The Art of Making Goals That Stick (Any Time of Year) Roughly a month into the new year and statistics say most resolutions are long forgotten. Most of us set goals heading into the new year with aspirations to accomplish greatness when it comes to health, weight and performance. Yet, these goals tend to quickly slip out of mind as the days go by. The Art of Making Goals That Stick (Any Time of Year) Most of us set goals heading into the new year with aspirations to accomplish greatness when it comes to health, weight and performance.
Yet, these goals tend to quickly slip out of mind as the days go by. The start of a new year or a new semester can often restore your sense of motivation, and many people take advantage of that time to set goals for the year ahead. There is an art to effective goal-setting, however. While there’s no harm in challenging yourself, you’re more likely to stick to your goals when you know you can be successful.
This should come as no surprise if you’ve ever set goals at the end of December hoping a fresh calendar year will be motivation enough to stick to them. In reality, 80% of people who make New Year’s resolutions eventually break them and a third don’t make it out of January. Many times, people make the mistake of creating superficial resolutions.
Set a goal! Set larger goals first and break them down into smaller goals. Use a planner or an electronic calendar to set a target date for achieving your goal. Making smaller goals out of your life goals will help you to succeed. Make sure the goal is personal to you!
Don’t create a goal because you think it’s what others want you to do. Note: there are five follow-up posts to this article.expanding on the ideas below. Part 1. The “WHY” Matters More Than The “HOW” Part 2. Make Powerful Goals Parts 3, 4 and 5 are yet to be written It’s about that time year!
Everyone is out to make some massive progress on their resolutions for 2008. Continue reading Five Tips For Making Goals That Stick. It’s no surprise that we struggle to make new habits stick according to research even New Year’s resolutions fail in the first six weeks of the year. Now, Dr Amy Iversen, an executive and performance coach from The Iversen Practice, has revealed the five common mindsets that are most likely to fail at forming new habits and how to beat the. Why Set Art Goals?
In short, setting art goals for beginners is vital for these reasons: 1. Motivation: You most definitely have the potential to be an amazing artist, but your lack of motivation and inconsistencies are holding you back. Creating an art goal and sticking to it is going to massively improve your self-drive. 2.
Last year, I took a cue from a friend from my professional learning network and abandoned the resolution route. Instead, I set goals and then even stretched those goals so I could keep on achieving throughout the year. Goals are S.M.A.R.T.er (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Timely) than resolutions, and that’s why they succeed.
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