We Here Highly Resolve… New Year’s Resolutions
This is the time for starting over, striving to improve. For setting the lofty year-long goal(s) to be the best version of yourself.
And by April the goal you started with so fervently is usually out of focus.
That’s because we really aren’t wired for focusing for a year, according to Gino Wiseman, in his gripping book (I mean “Getting a grip” book) “Traction”. Instead, he suggests picking one to three goals that are measurable, challenging, but attainable, and do it again and again every three months. That 90-day time range is not so far as to be out of sight.
Then take those apparitions and check on progress in small steps them weekly.
I have been putting this approach to work for the last two years, with consistent small improvements.
As you enter 2019, set yourself up for the doable, and calendar your upcoming revision periods.
Traction by Gino Wiseman.