I Think I Can – I Think I Can – I… Oh… Pt I

I have already seen one post of people blowing their New Year’s resolution out of the water. I am sure there are others, and more will follow in the days to come. All is not lost – you don’t need to wait until next January to get back on track. Here’s an article from a while ago that may help you reset your sights after early disappointment.
#goals #newyear #resolution #success #failure


We’re coming up to Christmas and all the business that brings. We start to put off plans and thoughts for the New Year. Why? Because a New Year being a New Start!

Have you ever made a New Year’s resolution? What’s your record? Five? Six days? A couple of weeks, maybe? The fact that you did it for that long shows you can. You quit smoking for a week? You gave up chips for 3 days? You gave up soda for 2 weeks? You were right when you said “I think I can”, but you couldn’t keep going. Why not? Maybe you didn’t have enough motivational posters of people standing on mountaintops and zippy quotes like “Life at the top of the mountain, because you thought you could!” or something else equally cheesy like, I don’t know, maybe you needed a smart goal?

Specific – Quit smoking!

Measurable – Zero…

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Categories: Goals, Growth & Development, Hope, Mental Toughness

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