As planners we have so much competing for our attention, it’s wise every now and then to step back and rethink our routines.
Simply put, a resolution is just another word for deciding to make a change. Big, small or anywhere in between.
I like to do some reflection during the final week in December. Here’s my process; maybe it will work for you, too.
Using your downtime wisely will guarantee an easier path when things get hectic again.
The steps to a good, achievable goal include realistic dreaming, specific actions, a time frame and self-discipline.
A SMART goal is: Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic and Timely. A SMART goal has a built-in plan associated with it, so you can get to work and map your progress from Day 1.