When people celebrate New Year’s Eve they think about celebrating in the moment. Some think about watching the ball drop in order to see the New Year take place. Do most people think about their goals and maintaining those goals once the New Year rings in? Do you ever think about how to make the New Year an opportunity to review goals that were not reached in the previous year? How about incorporating new goals and objectives into the older goals you may have made, but you haven’t had the opportunity to accomplish? For example, if you had a prior resolution getting in shape by jogging at 5 o’clock each morning, seven days a week and had to place that goal on hold because of time and other commitments. Your schedule just didn’t require you to commit to this goal; therefore, you have either placed this goal on hold or dismissed this goal all together. You may feel as if you’ve failed and aren’t willing to take on establishing new goals and implementing those goals for your health.
Recommitment and Revisiting Unachievable or Unattainable Goals
You be asking yourself, how can I recommit or re-visit my prior unachieved goals? Try to place unachievable or unattainable goals into your New Year’s goal for this year. It is important to understand that unachieved goals that were pushed away previously can be revisited into the New Year. Getting to the point of you making plans to kick-start your journey into making goals come into fruition is the important part of achieving a goal or accomplishing a task. Just because you did not commit to a task or achieve a particular goal for the previous year does not mean that you cannot finish what was started. You will have to do some adjusting in order to attain your goal.