We are over a month into the New Year. How many of you have kept to your New Year’s Resolutions?
Congratulations if you have. If not why?
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A resolution is when a person makes a commitment to change an undesired trait or behavior, to accomplish a personal or otherwise improve their life.
A resolution is not a wish that suddenly comes into your head on Jan 1 each year.
A look at Statistics
Top New Year’s Resolutions:
- Lose Weight/healthier eating
- Better financial decisions
- Quit smoking
- Do more exciting things
- Spend more time with family/close friends
- Work out more often
- Learn something new on my own
- Do more good deeds for others
- Find the love of my life
- Find a better job
Percent of Americans who;
Usually make New Year’s Resolutions 41%
Infrequently make New Year’s Resolutions 17%
Absolutely never make New Year’s Resolutions 42%
Percent who felt they were:
Infrequent success 48.4%
Never succeed and fail 42.4%
People who explicitly make resolutions are 10 times more likely to attain their goals than people who don’t explicitly make resolutions.
Resolutions accomplished in:
1st week 72.6%
Past two weeks 68.4%
Past one month 58.4%
Past six months 44.8%
Why and What can be done
The reason resolutions fail is that people don’t put enough effort to allow them to succeed.
Many people have stopped making resolutions because they don’t work.
If you want to succeed you need to make plans and get ready.
Even if you want to make a change, it is not easy to make systematic changes in your behavior. We have habits that get in the way of achieving our goals. We have created an environment that supports our habits and sometimes the people around us support our behavior.
You can create a new environment and ask for support for your new behavior from those around you.
Set positive goals rather than negative goals. A positive goals is something you want to do, a negative goals is something you want to stop doing.
Your goals need to be realistic and achievable
The key is to make the new desirable behavior easy and undesirable behavior hard.
Remember take care of yourself, be kind to yourself, plan ahead and believe you can be successful
Among the common reason people fail include: unrealistic goals, failure to keep track of their progress, forgetting about the goal or just deciding they are not motivated and giving up.
Reticular Activating System.
Your center of motivation is found in the reticular activating system in the brain. This is the attention center. This is where the world outside of you and your thoughts and feelings from inside of you meet. It plays a significant role in determining whether a person can learn and remember things well or not, on whether or not a person is impulsive or self-controlled, on whether or not a person has high or low motor activity levels, and on whether or not a person is highly motivated or bored easily. www.innovateus.net/health/what-function-reticular-activating-system
The RAS is important in attention and goal-achievement. This is one of the reasons that hypnosis is so effective to change behaviors and keep you motivated to achieve your goals.
Set or reset your resolutions, your goals.
Be realistic, be specific, set a time frame.
Plan how to achieve the goals
Be good and kind to yourself
Don’t give up on your goals
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