One week of the new year has already passed, and by this time you might have already done several things: recovered from the New Year’s day hangover, calculated how much money you have to survive until the next salary day, and started following your resolution plan. Hey, wait a minute, did you really begin your way to your newly set goals?
Making unrealistic sets of resolutions is a common problem that leads to inevitable failure. New Year’s resolutions are actually not always as simple as you might think. Most people consider it a great idea, but they do it wrong. “Hey,” you might think, “what is there so difficult about writing things I want to get or achieve in the following year? I definitely know what I want.” Of course you do, but the trickiest thing is to formulate it correctly so it will really work. That is why we want to give you some tips that can help you do it right.