The Resolution which Never Becomes Reality
The New Year's Eve is a time when an old year, with all the bad things that happened, is left behind. Thus, a new year is coming, bringing only positive things for us to enjoy. And this is why many people make resolutions they hope that they will manage to achieve.
However, these resolutions are quite short lasting. Soon enough, life bangs us on the head and we realize that there is no chance of making our resolutions come true. Still, there is a chance that we might be doing something wrong.
Statistics say that an average New Year's resolution lasts for about three weeks after which we stop being on a diet, return to debts again or quit whichever sport we have decided to take up. However, this does not necessarily have to be so. Rather, we can change this by making one true resolution at a time and giving our best to make it a constant part of our lives.
How To Make Resolutions
Many make mistakes wanting too much or too little. When we want something that is easy to achieve we fail to have enough motivation and therefore fail. On the other hand, having goals which are not realistic makes us stand crushed and exhausted, ultimately leading to a failure again. Thus, something needs to be done differently.
Basically, you need to really want the changes you are going to work on. If you desire to lose weight, think about it and think whether you really, really want it. Once you truly desire this, make sure you devise your plans carefully. Be prepared, know that this will take time and sacrifice and do not rush anything or accept a quick fix. Rather, accept your resolution, change your lifestyle and stick to the changes you make, until you achieve the desired result and even after that.
Therefore, all you need to do is to have clear goals you truly want to achieve. Then, give 100% of your capabilities, strength and will-power to achieve these goals. Taking one goal at the time is the best possible tactic since it lets you plan out the process completely, paying attention to details, nurturing the strength of your resolution.
Upon achieving what you had in store, move on to something else about your life you would like to change. Plan it out, take all the necessary measures and praise yourself once you manage to deal with all the problems you might have, through these creative and strong resolutions.