3 Tips for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions [INFOGRAPHIC]

Making New Year’s Resolutions are easy – it’s sticking with them beyond January 5th that is the hard part. For years, I refused to make resolutions because I thought they were trite. I am all about self improvement, but I questioned why there was so much pressure to set new goals at the beginning of the year as opposed to any other time of year.

On the years that I did come up with resolutions, it was often an overly ambitious list, not easily attainable, with no concrete actionable steps. It was more of a things-I-wish-I-were-better-at list, rather than a list of things-I -was-actively-willing-to-work-on.

This year I’ve decided to go back to making resolutions, but I’m going at it with a different approach. For example, instead of trying to change a bunch of things at once, I will work on one resolution at a time until it becomes habit. Then I will move on to the next one.

I am also using this infographic from Behance that lays out 3 solid tips for setting New Years Resolutions. The tips are:

  1. Prioritize 3 Goals: One habit to stop, one new thing to start, and one successful thing to continue doing.
  2. Engage with Others: Share your resolutions with other people. This will help keep you accountable and also give you a support group to encourage you when your motivation is low.
  3. Track & Celebrate Your Milestones:  Work towards your goals step-by-step and celebrate each milestone you achieve.

tips for setting new years resolutions

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Kristin is an aspiring entrepreneur who is enthusiastically navigating her way through the DC startup space. She has an unending passion for learning and is never satisfied with the status quo. During the day she is an ops, biz dev, and marketing maven for Fission Strategy
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