With the beginning of a new year, you can hear and read everywhere about New Year’s resolutions. If you have a concrete goal – ideally formulated based on the SMART rule = specific, measurable, attractive, realistic, time-related – than such a resolution is a great tool to achieve something tangible. More often, these resolutions come to nothing. You maybe begin to do more sports but somehow other things come in your way and your resolution is forgotten.
I suggest you instead to focus on your needs to have a stronger motivation for follow up. So take the time and ask yourself: