Here are the inspiration for making new goals, looking forward and backwards on 2007 that I’ve read and been inspired by recently. I hope this list will help you along the way of making your own new years resolutions. Let me know what works best for you.
Link inspiration for making new goals
So how do you plan to integrate your New Year’s Resolutions into your life for a whole year? Here’s some advice:
Simply and straightforwardly, the secret to achieving your goals is to turn them into habits.
You know what habits are. They’re activities we engage in without really thinking about them because “it’s just what we always do.” Nobody was born with habits ingrained in their psyche. Behavior is first learned, and then later becomes habitual. So, how do you turn goals into habits? You must train your mind into engaging in the desired behavior on a regular basis.
20 Questions to Help You Reflect the Past Year:
“Material, Spiritual, Physical and Social prosperity. These four facets give us a complete and balanced view of prosperity. By reflecting on them, you will get a complete view of how your life as a whole progressed in the past year.” [from lifehack.org]
The end of the year is always a good time for me to review my resolutions and take stock of what I have done over the past year.
However, for some people, reviewing New Year resolutions can be a painful affair. Some of you may have goals unaccomplished. A resolution review is just a stark reminder of how little you have achieved. [from lifehack.org]
Your personal mission statement should be a concise representation of what?s most important to you, what you desire to focus on, what you want to achieve, and, ultimately, who you want to become. In its purest form, it?s an approach to your life, one that allows you to identify a focus of energy, creativity, and vision in living a life in support of your inner-most beliefs and values. [from dumb little man]
Are you plagued each new year with the esteem-deflating cycle of making and breaking your New Year’s Resolutions before the month of January turns the corner on week two? [by Chris]
This week: Make a list. (because that always helps)