The New Years’ season has many of us excited for 2020 and what it has to offer. New Year’s resolutions are of course quite common around this time, as people want to become the best versions of themselves. What many don’t realize, however, is that most New Year’s resolutions will not be fulfilled. In fact, up to 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail. There are many reasons as to why this continuously happens, whether it be due to unreasonable resolutions, bad planning, or even lack of passion and drive. There are ways that you can think ahead, however. Doing so can make sure that you are as prepared as possible to tackle your resolution in the new year.
1. Find something that will inspire you
The key to accomplishing anything is having the will power to do so. Identifying your driving force will give you a reason to actually follow through with your resolution. For example, you can choose to get healthier in the new year because you were inspired by the idea of feeling better in control of your body. This type of inspiration can especially be useful during the rougher times of the year when your resolution becomes hard to focus on