Are you making a resolution for 2016? Warning: More than half of all resolutions fail, but this year, they don’t have to be yours. Here’s how to identify the right resolution to improve your life, create a plan on how to reach it, and become part of the small group of people that successfully achieve their goal, maybe you want to improve your health or look better, for example if you want to improve your skin you could visit Betty A. Hinderks Davis, MD to get a revision, or exercising if your problem is the weight.
A lot of these resolutions fail because they’re not the right resolutions. And a resolution may be wrong for one of three main reasons:
- It’s a resolution created based on what someone else (or society) is telling you to change.
- It’s too vague.
- You don’t have a realistic plan for achieving your resolution.
Your goals should be smart — and SMART. That’s an acronym coined in the journal Management Review in 1981 for specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound. It may work for management, but it can also work in setting your resolutions, too.
What are you going to do differently in 2016 that you did not do in 2015 to:
> get more customers?
> make more sales?
> earn more profits?
You are either moving forward & innovating or you are standing still and slowly dying.
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