TURN NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS INTO GOALS

TURN NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS INTO GOALS

We often have the best intentions when it comes to goals and resolutions. Sometimes we surprise ourselves and achieve great things – either personally or professionally. At other times we make a few attempts then abandon our efforts before we realize any benefits.

Studies show that over 60 percent of us make New Year’s resolutions each year and sadly, only about 8 percent of us achieve them. How is it that sometimes we push through barriers to reach our goals, yet at other times we come up short or get derailed?

As the New Year approaches, it’s natural to feel a bit excited by the prospect of leaving behind the old year and beginning anew, especially given what 2020 put us through. In this incoming year, ensure to acquire skills, knowledge, experiences and tools that will enable you to be in that winners circle and achieve those goals of yours.

Here are useful tips to guide you in making the best out of 2021

Learn the Secret to Change adaptation by having alternate strategies, get back up plans to mitigate failure

Identify key coaching or mentorship platforms that you will leverage, as your accountability partners.

Set yourself up for success in the new year by avoiding procrastination. Take massive actions

Utilize Pareto principle: Focus on the 20% key areas of your life that will yield 80% of the outcomes.

Allocate resources for your personal and professional development.

Build positive relationships and invest in others.

Periodically track goal achievement with your plans, and make adjustment.

Leave your comfort zone and take up challenging projects that stretch your imagination and grit.

Life is divine. Commit to God all that you do. He alone can bless your efforts and enable you to achieve mega success.

Cheers to a greater You!

#HappyNewYear

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