The pressure is on to make resolutions, come up with your new year mantra and define your goals for 2020.  All well and good, until February hits and then where will you be. If you’re like 80% of the population, your resolutions will have already been broken and forgotten.  So how do you set goals that are actually attainable?  

 

The key is to think small. Instead of grand resolutions, try small micro-goals as a strategy. Setting smaller goals for yourself fosters success and puts you on the road to larger change.  Instead of saying you’re going to run a marathon this year, try creating a weekly training schedule and commit to running 4 times a week.

 

The problem with bigger, all encompassing statements is that they are erroneous and we don’t break down the actionable steps go in to getting us to our goals. Break it down and your chances to create permanent change are much greater.  

 

Don’t start the year expecting to transform every single area of your life.  By focusing on one or two key goals, you can really affect change on a deeper level and naturally, that is a catalyst for other positive changes to take place.  

 

So what small goals will you achieve this year?