It happens every year.
Sometime between Christmas and New Years you get asked (maybe more than once) whether you’re going to make a New Year’s resolution.
And whether it’s something you believe in, or you think it’s the worst idea ever, there’s always something about the end of a year that brings up feelings of wanting to make the next year great. Amazing. Even better than the last.
And if there’s one thing I know for sure, if you want that to be the case, you need to go into the New Year prepared. Ready. Equipped to handle any complications or issues that block your way and stop you from reaching your goals.
That’s why I’m excited to give you some helpful strategies to ensure that this year you really can reach your goals – whatever those goals may be.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while now you know that I love psychology. I love studying how we can make our lives easier and more fulfilling by tapping into the science of human behaviour.
Because the truth is that it doesn’t matter how much willpower you have. At some point you’re going to run out, and then what?
So you need something else. Something longer lasting that can help keep you going when you want to quit (or get you started again when you already have).
That’s why I love the simple methodology behind Gretchen Rubin’s book The Four Tendencies.