Career Development: Dump the New Year’s Resolutions – There’s a Better Way to Success
As we near the end of January, many of us have already given up on our New Year’s Resolutions.
One reason this happens is because the enthusiastic day that we wrote the resolutions to be a better person, (better at managing our money, our careers, our relationships, our health), we failed to take into account that a day would come that we’d feel “off” our game. You got the flu. A close friend or family member passed away. You get laid off. The furnace had to be replaced.
So we fail to achieve our goal the day the crisis hit … and then failed the next day… and then next day. Then the self-flagellation begins.
There is hope!
This author talks about how we can make a shift from creating a resolution or “goal” that is likely to fail when obstacles and setbacks arise to creating a successful “behavior.”
Read Dave Asprey’s article:
and learn how to create sustainable behavior and that moves you in the direction of a spectacular 2014.