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Sticking to your resolutions

Rounding it up

  • The first step to achieving your New Year’s resolutions is re-assessing those resolutions. They’re often too broad or overly ambitious to stick.

  • Next, find out your Whats and Whys—what stopped you in the past from reaching your resolutions in the past, and why? Maybe they weren’t specific or measurable enough.

  • Afterwards, make a realistic plan of how you’ll achieve this year’s resolutions. It also helps to break them down into smaller goals.

  • Finally, use a commitment device to help lock you into a course of action.

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Tinuke Oluyomi Daniel
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