3 motivators to ensure you achieve your New Year’s resolution

We all start with the mantra “New Year, new me” but who keeps to this and most of all achieve it?

With new goals, we all start with the same possibilities and opportunities to fulfil our dreams. Our mind-set is the difference in each challenge to achieve our goals, simply it is our ability to change that:

‘Impossible’ into ‘Possible’
‘Can’t’ into ‘Can’
‘Don’t believe’ into ‘I believe’

Here are three motivators to ensure you achieve your New Year goals:

Why do you want it?

Unless you want to achieve it, you will never choose to achieve it. Success is achieved through deliberate hustle and persistence, relevant to your goals. Firstly, you must write your goals and why you want to achieve it using ink or technology. This will assist in visualising the possibilities of achieving your goal. Once you’re content, you should feel capable of telling people publicly about your goals and why you want to achieve them.

Reward, Reward, Reward

If you’re going to be successful and keep repeating the action consistently, you must reward yourself along the journey to ensure you keep growing – even through the small progressions. You must associate yourself with the feeling of success and that feeling will reinforce your end goal and your drive with your subconscious.

Give yourself a finish line

Set a date for direction but not a deadline. The direction is important but putting a date for completion is crucial for motivation. However, this can easily work the other way, so ensure the time is achievable and realistic in regards to your goal or project.

STOP WISHING, START DOING…

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