New Year's Resolution
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So it is January and the holiday season is over, what is running through your head? Now is the time to do all the things you have purposely put off for the last 2-3 months?
I'm guilty of using the 'New Year new start' cliche, however how long do we actually keep to it, I would say for me it is around 4-8 weeks for the majority of tasks, although some resolutions I'll keep to for over 6 months, why - probably because I enjoy them. So there is the issue - resolutions that we think we should do but are more of a chore we struggle to keep to; the enjoyable ones are easier to keep to.
Okay, let's put the enjoyable ones to the side for now, let's concentrate on the 'chore like' ones. I'm a believer in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) this wonderful system helps every person achieve to the best of their ability - sounds great right? Most successful people use it or display the techniques naturally; remembering that this is natural and not a forced behaviour. NLP has a fantastic way to help with your resolutions; it is called a 'well formed outcome'
The following is the 6 steps.
I have personally used this system before and had successful results, I find having a visual representation of this helps extremely.
Good luck and all the best for the New Year....