Make one change at a time
Do not put too much pressure on yourself to make too many changes, chances are you wont be able to commit to all the changes and in a panic you will break most of your resolutions. Making one change at a time will keep the pressure minimal and can make your new year’s resolution commitments a whole lot easier.
Make a plan
Sadly, good intentions are sometimes not enough, you will need to set a concrete plan on how your going to achieve your resolution. Those who make a plan are far more successful in achieving their resolution.
Start on a Monday
Monday is the most popular day of the week for making resolutions, it’s a fresh new start of a new week and the most effective day to make a change/commitment.
Break your goal into mini goals
Having one massive goal can be overwhelming, and for some seem unattainable. Breaking a large goal down into smaller parts can make the goals easier to achieve and keep you motivated!
Make a monetary commitment
Making a payment towards your goal means you are more likely to follow through. For example, if you have a goal to loose weight, pre paying for a gym membership or prepaid personal training will make you more likely to attend and use these sessions.