It’s January and there’s still time for you to write down your New Year’s Resolutions if you haven’t already.
I usually write in my journal and just quickly start to write down what I want to do, experience, and accomplish this year without overthinking it.
I highly recommend writing down your new year’s resolutions rather than just thinking about them. Unlike just thinking in your head, writing down gives you clarity and helps you to organize your thoughts.
And by committing it to paper, you make your goals more real and concrete. Studies have shown again and again that people who wrote down their goals and dreams accomplished significantly more than those who did not.
So let’s get started!
To help you, I asked my friend, Michael Kim, the founder of the law firm Kobre & Kim, who I interviewed in episode 3, about how he comes up with New Year’s Resolutions.
Here are 5 ways to help you achieve your New Year’s Resolutions:
- Make specific, small goals and not vague or big goals.
- Pair up a goal with an experience you enjoy.
- When you add a goal to your list, take out another goal from the list.
- Remove all obstacles or distractions that could get in the way of achieving goals.
- Review your progress on achieving goals every week.
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