You Need Goals, Not New Year’s Resolutions

If you’re reading this and you’re not the type of person who believes in setting goals for the new year, you might want to think again!

Now, I’m not talking about new year’s resolutions which most people tend to think about when the new year rolls around.

Resolutions don’t necessarily have a deadline and they’re more abstract.

Instead, goals are more specific and measurable which is what you want to focus on instead and will help you get to where you want to be in 2020.

Setting goals at the beginning of the year instead of sporadic New Year’s Resolutions will ensure that you’ll actually EXECUTE.

Here’s why:

Obviously you can set goals any time throughout the year and I totally encourage you to continuously revise your goals during the year. But setting concrete goals in the the new year can be an easy marker and a great way to keep track of your success with ease. Knowing that you’ve started working towards a goal in January makes it easy to track how far you’ve come throughout the year because you know the exact start date of your goals.

Setting goals at the beginning of the year is also great because many people are in the same boat as you. When you share your goals and ideas with these people who are just as pumped and ready to work hard to achieve their own goals as you are, it can rub off on you in a good way!

Setting goals for yourself at the beginning of the year is the first step to getting where you want to be and knowing the direction you’re working towards. When you know exactly what you’re striving for, you can then plan out the necessary steps and the exact action plan to get there.

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