New Year, and a new Lifehack Lesson that will help you to achieve your goals for the year. This lesson by Jennifer Brown Banks will help you to figure out how to make your resolutions achievable, how to plan it out and set yourself up for success. It’s free for the first week, so grab it while you can. To get access to all the other lessons, simply subscribe. It only costs $4.99 per month and you will always get all the new lessons as well as access to all the available catalog of previous lessons.
Here’s an excerpt from this lesson
Let’s face it: we all have resolutions that we carry over from year to year like a bad debt. And though the reasons may vary depending upon the individual and the circumstances, here are the three major reasons why they haven‘t worked.
1). Your resolutions are unrealistic
2). Life gets in the way and you lose your passion
3). Your goals are too broadly based
Take for example, the resolution that many Americans have every year to lose weight and exercise more. It typically is not achieved because a lot of folks simply don’t have the time to (realistically) fit it into their busy schedules, and… well, for most people exercise sucks. Am I right here?
There’s a better way.
Introducing the SMART METHOD… Some of us may remember the SMART method as a tool by which employers set expectations for work performance in the corporate arena. Well, the good news is that it has other useful applications as well. Let’s look at the components of the SMART method to better understand its dynamics.
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