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Do you create New Years Resolutions? Why?
I find it simpler to make choices that send me towards my goal along with getting an extra oomph with the consequences of my choices. Using traditional methods haven't ever worked for me and I'm not afraid to simply not use them for that exact reason. I believe in doing what works for you. Whatever that may be.
I don't anymore make New Year resolutions. I do make goals for the day and am happy when I am able to accomplish them. I have reached a certain age when long term goals no longer matter much. I think, though, that when you're younger, making these resolutions are helpful. Make, at least one, and really try to do it so your success will encourage you to do more.
actually, everytime i create new year resolutions, I never ever accomplish any of them, So this time I only list the things I am sure i can do it.
New years resolutions are (goals) people set for themselves. Ideally everyone should be striving to improve themselves in some way over the previous year. Every business also puts forth plan to succeed or reach a certain level of profitability and market share. As the old adage goes: "People who fail to plan, plan to fail."
Most people state what they want but they do not implement a plan.
New Years Resolutions or goals can be empty if the person making them does not take them seriously. I set goals every year.
by jaydawg8085 years ago
Do you follow through on your New Years Resolutions?
by TravelMonkey9 years ago
Mine are quite typical, eat more healthy, play more football and get a promotion.
by SEXYLADYDEE5 years ago
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by j.amie7 years ago
Are New Years resolutions overrated?
by Sherry Hewins5 months ago
I don't usually make any resolutions, but this year I decided that I am going to resist click bait. You know those annoying things on the side of your screen that say things like, "People who died and nobody...
by ross670daw6 years ago
Have you fulfilled your new years resolutions, do you remember what they were?We make em, but we don't often follow through with em. Care to share your thoughts on why we don't / or do, if you've fulfilled yours. Mine...
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