What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.” – Zig Ziglar
I hate the term New Year’s ‘resolution.’
To me, you make a ‘resolution’ to stop doing something, like smoking, chewing your fingernails, or farting at the dinner table. The word carries a negative connotation. Maybe that’s why so many resolutions fail.
I prefer the term New Year’s ‘goal.’ Well, I just made it up. But still, I prefer the word ‘goal’ over ‘resolution’ any day!
A goal can still mean kicking a bad habit. But it can also mean creating good habits, accomplishing a dream, or overcoming a fear that has been holding you back for too long.
Do you want to learn how to make a New Year’s goal that makes it past January 10th?
Then read on.