How to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Work for You

To succeed in your New Year’s resolutions, you need to keep two things in mind: first, you need to believe in yourself and your ability to change; otherwise, you will sabotage your own efforts. Second, you need to be patient and realistic with yourself; otherwise, you will get frustrated and quit.

That’s why you should treat January as a trial period, where you can adjust your goal if it turns out to be too hard or vague, and where you can learn from your mistakes. Mistakes are not a sign of failure; they are part of the process. The important thing is to bounce back and figure out what went wrong, so you can avoid it in the future.

You should also ease into the new year instead of expecting a sudden transformation. To break free from an addiction or a bad habit, you may need some time to adapt and prepare yourself for the change.

However, be careful: psychologists advise that you focus on one main resolution (unless you have several that are closely related). Sticking to a good resolution requires concentration and reflection; otherwise, you will fall back into old patterns.

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