The StickerTalk Presents: How to Keep a Resolution
According to an article published by Huffington Post, only about eight percent of New Year’s resolutions succeed. This statistic may seem daunting; however The StickerTalk has concocted a compilation of hints that we hope will help you avoid this commonly observed dissolve of resolve.
Write your resolution down.
Putting a goal in writing will not only make your resolution more tangible, but this strategy also helps you remember your commitment. We recommend placing your written reminder near a location such as your nightstand or mirror where it can frequently refresh your memory.
Keep a diary, journal, or log.
Maintaining a record of your efforts (or lack thereof) helps you identify your strengths and weaknesses. Journals, diaries, and logs may additionally serve as a source of encouragement and motivation.
Foster a positive attitude.
Winston Churchill once stated, “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” Regardless of the specifics of your resolution, an optimistic outlook is a universal key to achieving any goal. Whether you have decided to write a novel or drop a few pounds, a negative attitude can halt even the most determined improvement efforts.