Why we don’t stand with our Resolutions?

Why we don’t stand with our Resolutions?
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New Year has come and it brings again the craze and motivation of creating a resolution and trying to stick to the same throughout the year in a hope of something better in our life but what is a Resolution? In simpler terms, it is a kind of thought or a habit that we want to be a part of life and practice daily so that we do follow what we have determined. It is a way of motivating oneself to adopt a good lifestyle which we all make at the start of each year and hopes that this time we will follow but most of the people around do not stick to it for so long.

There are many reasons why people might not follow through with their resolutions. Some common ones include lack of motivation, lack of time, feeling overwhelmed or frustrated, and not having a clear plan or enough support. It can also be difficult to maintain a resolution if it is not aligned with your values or if it is not realistic or achievable.

Discipline

We all have known that discipline is key to our success but we do not understand that this is one of the reasons for our new year resolution’s failure. Nowadays, we have all made resolutions for fun or to keep ourselves stay around society, and due to this, we aren’t able to keep focused on our goals. If we are really into Discipline, no individual will ever need the resolution to follow.

Discipline and resolution are closely related concepts. Discipline refers to the practice of training oneself to do something in a controlled and habitual way. It involves developing self-control and self-regulation, and it can help achieve a variety of goals, including following through on resolutions.

Together, discipline and resolution can help a person follow through on their goals and make lasting changes in their life. It can be helpful to cultivate the discipline to support the determination and resolve needed to achieve a resolution.

How we can make our resolution true?

a. Specific and achievable: Instead of resolving to “exercise more,” try resolving to “go for a 30-minute walk every day.”

b. Create a plan: Break your resolution down into smaller, actionable steps. For example, if you resolve to save money, create a budget and set specific savings goals.

c. Seek support: Consider enlisting the help of a friend or family member to keep you accountable and motivated.

d. Keep track of your progress: Use a journal, planner, or app to track your progress and celebrate your achievements along the way.

e. Don’t be too hard on yourself: It’s okay if you slip up or have setbacks. Just try to get back on track as soon as possible.

f. Be flexible: If you find that your resolution is not working for you, try to adjust it or come up with a new plan.

g. Reward yourself: As you make progress, celebrate your successes with small rewards. This can help keep you motivated.

Resolutions can be important because they can help you set goals for yourself and work towards improving your life. By making a resolution, you can identify areas of your life that you want to change and take steps towards making those changes. This can lead to personal growth and development, as well as a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction.

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