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  1. How To Make A New Year's Resolution That You Will Actually Keep

    The key to changing habits is consistency and discipline. Taking small action, every day leads to the desired “snowball effect”. You build momentum, which creates confidence to take more action, and motivates you to keep pushing. This snowball effect creates an upward spiral of action until soon the behavioral change becomes automatic (unconscious). You must have a plan in place in order for this to work. Small achievable steps planned out ahead of time will direct your intention and keep you focused to fulfill your long-term goals. However, these small steps won’t lead to much without having a plan in place. If you want that snowball to grow, you need to develop daily and weekly tasks that will immediately help you work towards your goals in the future. Sample Resolution Plans. Original Resolution: I am going to lose weight. Smarter Resolution: I am going to lose 10 pounds in 3 months. Daily Tasks: I am going to wake up and drink a glass of water, eat two fresh fruits and a salad, and take the stairs instead of the elevator everyday. Weekly Tasks: I am going to go to the gym three times a week and prepare my meals for the week every Sunday night. Original Resolution I am going to workout more Smarter Resolution. I am going to workout 2 to 3 days a week. Daily Tasks: I am going to take a 20 min walk during my lunch break. Weekly Tasks: I am going to take the yoga classes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at my neighborhood recreation center. Original Resolution: I am going to be healthy. Smarter Resolution: I am going to protect my health by practicing preventive medicine. Daily Tasks: I am going to regularly take my vitamins and supplements every day. Weekly Tasks: I am going to make an appointment with my doctor this week for a regular check-up.

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