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3 main Reasons why most people don’t stick to their New Year’s resolutions
#1: The New Year’s resolution is too ambitious
The main challenge of New Year’s resolutions is that most people commit to far too ambitious goals.
If you’d like to save more money, committing to “I’ll save 30% more of my income next year” is destined to fail – because that is far too ambitious.
It’d be much smarter to approach your resolution with small steps, such as “Every month I will save 2.5% more than the month before”. That way in January you’ll save 2.5% more, in February 5% and so on, until you’re finally saving 30% more by the end of the year.
The same goes for exercising more, eating healthier or smoking less. If you’ll attempt to go from zero to hero, the chances are extremely high that you’ll fail. If you accept that there’s no elevator to success, and you commit to taking the stairs, your chances of sticking to your New Year’s resolutions increase significantly.
#2: The resolution is imprecise
The second biggest challenge of New Year’s resolutions is that often they are imprecise.
When exactly do you know that you have “eaten healthier” or “exercised more”?
Commit to a SMART resolution for next year. SMART standing for
S = Specific
M = Measurable
A = Achievable
R = Realistic
T = Time-bound
Put a measurable number to your resolution. Add a deadline. And off you go.
#3: The New Year’s resolution is forgotten soon after New Year’s
The third biggest challenge is that most people simply forget their New Year’s resolution a few days (or even hours) after they “committed” to them.
Avoiding that is super simple: If you truly mean it, actually want to change something in your life and make a tangible impact next year, write your green resolution on a piece of paper and pin it up in a place where you and everyone who visits you can see it.
That way you not only remind yourself every time you see it, but friends and family who visit you will remind you as well.
That way they’ll start holding you accountable – and public accountability is one of the best ways to ensure you’ll actually stick to your New Year’s resolution next year.