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5 Tips That Will Help You To Keep To Your Resolutions…

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We’re fast approaching the end of January and statistics show that the vast majority of people have broken their New Year resolutions!

So what next?  Wait to next year?

I think not!

If you’ve already fallen off the resolution horse, you don’t have to wait to 2017 to get back on. Follow these 5 tips and try again NOW!

  1. Make Fewer Resolutions – it’s far better to succeed in one or two goals than fail in 20!
  2. Don’t Make Snap Resolutions – these are meant to be permanent life aims, not the first things that pop into your head.
  3. Be Realistic – if you haven’t seen the inside of a gym for a decade, aiming for 5 visits a week is unlikely to be sustainable, is it?
  4. Embrace Failure – if you’ve broken a resolution, consider it a tiny setback – get back up and get back on that horse again!
  5. Tell Everyone – the shame of failing in front of friends and family is significant motivation for most – find someone who you can share your goals with.

So, don’t go off moping in the corner – get back on the horse and achieve your goals in the rest of 2016!

Parts of this article were originally published in Coachmag.co.uk

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Tony Lockwood is the founder and CEO of All About Success Ltd. For over 20 years, he has been working for and alongside many highly successful people, entrepreneurs, senior executives, and sport people, as well as individuals who have achieved their life goals. All About Success is dedicated to sharing this knowledge and introducing the very best material on success strategies for Life, Business, Career, Relationships and Wealth.

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