A New Year resolution is a decision to do or not do something so that one can accomplish personal goals or create / break old and / or new habits. It gives a chance for people to look back at the past year and think of the good and bad things they have done. And once they have evaluated that, making a resolution helps make the bad quite good and the good even better. But then how many of us really ensure that our resolutions succeed? How many of us make one just to keep others interested? It’s food for thought. ain’t it? Let’s check it out.
Using a reward system of any kind can really help you to stay motivated and stick to whatever goal you are trying to achieve. Of course, it probably depends on what you are doing and what goals you have that will determine what type of reward and what sort of system you use.
Want to know the different kinds of reward systems others have come up with in order to come up with ideas of your own? Here are some ideas to help you begin brainstorming:
You think about things you would like to do, but most people think that dreams are just for dreaming. Here’s how to make your dreams come true.
Take time out to reflect on what your dreams are
When many people think about what they want out of their lives, these thoughts are often a brief moment as quick to leave as they were to emerge. Perhaps they appear while you’re waiting in line for coffee, or in the few minutes of downtime between tasks. Rarely do people dedicate a considerable period of time to figuring out what their dreams actually are.
In order to make your dreams come true, you have to pinpoint what they are, and that takes plenty of reflection. Sit in your favorite location, undisturbed, and visualize the type of life you would ideally lead. Take your time with this exercise. Fill in all the details. Do it more than once, too. Make time for this exercise on several occasions to get the best picture of what your dreams are.