Resolutions are decisions either to do or not to do something. Resolutions can be made any time of the year, but they are usually made at the beginning of the year. It is just something about starting new with a clean slate. Have you ever made a resolution? People at every point in time make new resolutions in order to to become a better version of whom they are.
I believe you made new resolutions for the year 2020. Resolutions like, “I won’t drink alcohol in the year”, “I will save money monthly to enable build my personal house”, “I won’t do or do so and so in the coming year”. These and many more people make, but what’s the outcome? It’s been 7 months now, how have you been able to achieve your new year resolutions?
A lot of the resolutions we made have hit the hard rock of the inability to keep to them. Don’t treat your resolutions like they are blanket statements. Below are some useful tips to get back at your resolutions and a better life.
1. Develop A Growth Mindset
Being aware of our mindset is the first step to starting a new beginning. Regardless of how successful you have been, a new mindset is needed to be better. Our mindset is everything, growth starts with how we see and conceive things. Develop a positive mindset towards the future, goals and aspirations in life.
2. Recreate Your Theme For The Year
Recreate and redesign your mindset towards your goals if necessary. It’s okay if the ones you have are becoming blurry and unclear, it’s important you make a new turn and set more achievable goals.
3. Get A Reliable Team
Hardly it is for one to fail in a working team. In one of our articles, I stressed the importance of working in team. You can actually go alone, but you go deeper, wider and higher when you find yourself in the right company. It is hard to succeed at anything without the right people around you. Surround yourself with people who are good in what they do and are happy to see you succeed too. There are people who envy your success and would definitely pull you down each time you make a rise.