How to Keep New Year’s Resolutions
Sticking to New Year’s resolutions is hard for everyone. That’s why I made a system that will help you implement change in a lasting way and ensure you keep your New Year goals this year and every year to come!
Because we’re more likely to break our New Year’s resolutions by February than keep them for the year, this episode is dedicated to a fail-safe plan for resolutions that aren’t some short-term whim, but a real long-lasting habit.
As you know, I’m all about systems and whether you make resolutions or not, this episode will provide you with incredibly useful tips on developing a system to help implement whatever change you’re looking to make in 2020 (and beyond). You can apply these tips not just to your health and cooking resolutions, but to any personal goal you have for the year ahead.
Plus, I always like to start off the new year by reflecting on the past year, so you’ll also get to hear some of my favorite things about 2019 and all my hopes for 2020 (I have many but also a plan to make sure these hopes turn into reality!).
After this episode, you’ll know:
- Why most people don’t keep their resolutions and how you can be different
- The first thing you need to do before making a New Year’s resolution
- How to approach life changes like a consultant
Cheers to your progress in 2020!
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Links mentioned in this episode
Check out the links we’ve mentioned:
- Make your habits stick with “The Power of Habit” by Charles Duhigg
- Get inspired to start with Ira Glass
- Always have a trainer in your pocket with Aaptiv
- Rent clothes from Anthropologie through Nuuly
- Dig into the human journey with “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone” by Lori Gottlieb
- For pure guilty pleasure, read To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before trilogy by Jenny Han
- Watch the TV shows I loved this year: Making It, Songland, and The West Wing
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