This is a repost from Careergirl Daily that I had to share with you all for us to have a magical year! 💋
At the start of every new year, we’re motivated and ready with our resolutions to make this year a better year than the last. But, more often than not, especially for me, those goals don’t tend to differ from year to year. But for 2018 I’ve decided to take my goals more seriously. I’m done with setting resolutions to lose weight or work out more, as I set those goals almost every week! This year I’m going to set resolutions that will hopefully take me to the next level, not only in my career but in my everyday life too. So, if you want to make 2019 your year then you need to set these five new year resolutions for yourself:
1. Learn to make things happen
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2. Let go of one bad habit
It should be no news to you that bad habits hold you back. And when trying to shift one you need to fill that void with something you’re passionate about. For example, if you are a smoker but love running you have to cut out one habit to be better at something you love. But you can go deeper than that. Your bad habit could be running back to a person that makes you feel worse, someone who holds you back instead of pushing you forward. Changes like that could make much more small positive changes in your life you didn’t even know possible.
3. Build your confidence
Confidence is important. It can change how someone perceives you. It will show people your worth, especially in work. Confidence will help show your employees how valuable you are and will make you stand out from the rest. Not only that, but it will help you in so many more ways. And you will be a much happier person with it. But achieving it can be a lot easier said than done. However, there are little things you can do that can help build it. Try going to a movie alone, or even going out to a restaurant. Take up a hobby that you wouldn’t usually think you could do, conquering it will help you believe you can do anything. Because you can. Lastly, stand up for yourself. Learn when you should take a stand and don’t let anyone walk over you.
4. Do more to build a life you love
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Next year should be all about big changes for you. If you don’t love your job quit. If something in your life doesn’t make you happy let go if it. Live the life you imagine for yourself in the future. You are entering the future and you need to create the life you want to live. You can use our unique Getting Things Done planner to plan your life. Everything from meals and appointments to tracking your water can be written down and planned out.
We always want to be more and to be better. And now is the chance to make it happen. This planner will actually help you to get it together and create your dream life.
5. Progress in your career
Ok, you worked really hard last year and now it’s time to step up your game again. And you should do this every year. Set new goals you want to accomplish in your career and put down things that surprise you, stuff you usually would be not confident enough to do. You want to move up, progress and be taking more seriously in your career and you can. Go after it this year. Set the steps you need to achieve your goals and make a detailed plan that’s bulletproof and nothing gets in your way.
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