Reblogging 2015 new year resolution post, I am still thinking of how to best plan my 2018 goals and will share some resources with you (don’t expect them to be amazing, I’m not a graphic designer).
Everyone has a boost in motivation when writing their New Year resolutions and, honestly, why not? It’s a great time to start something since everyone else is doing it. It’s usually the time when people are very optimistic about the 365 days coming up they feel that they can do anything, everything, the thing they never got around to, and thing they vowed will be done, and the thing they will probably stop doing in a few months.
Now why is that?
Well, beginnings are always hopeful. The start of a new job, the start of a new relationship, the start of a new goal, and so on. The problem is the start is usually where we make mistakes.
When setting goals, you should make sure that they should be SMART goals. I’m sure many of you know the concept of SMART goals in work but, as a reminder, goals should be Specific, M
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