Your 2019 Resolutions: Already Off Track?
Are you already off track with your 2019 resolutions? 2019 has started. We’re in mid-January at the time of this posting and that means that a large percentage of people have already failed with their New Year’s Resolution.
If you’re already off track with your 2019 resolutions, you’re not alone. But you can get back on track today!
Here are 3 ways to get back on track if you miss a day on one of your goals:
1. Go to BSU. Beat the Sun Up
Wouldn’t like to start your day with a win? Have you noticed that you tend to always do your best when you have control over the day? Best way to do that is to start your day in control and wake up before the sun rises. When you decide to beat the sun up, you will feel accomplished and have a sense of winning. To get yourself psyched up, All you have to do is get out of bed.
2. Journal Your Future
Regardless of how you feel when you roll out of bed, make sure the first thing you do is to write down you goals. Grant’s been doing this since he was 25 years old. Keep in mind, your past should NOT be what you have your attention on. Even the good stuff. Fond memories, sure, but just don’t get stuck there. Your full attention needs to be on and in the future. There is no need to get stuck being focused on what happened, but instead put your attention on what you want to make happen. Ask yourself what do you want to create moving forward?
3. Keep Your Day Full Of Activity
Your doubts and fears will increase when you start to play a bigger game on bigger fields. You can control your inner voices by getting a jumpstart on your day. Don’t wait until you get to work to figure out what you’re going to do. Jam your day with more and more activity!
Grant can guarantee that anytime you got off track, it’s because there’s too much time available to you. The more time you give yourself, the more time you have to screw up.
Your 2019 Resolutions are yours. You selected them for a reason. One of the biggest contributors to low self esteem and poor self image is not finishing what you start. It’s loss. It’s losing. That inner voice of I’m a loser will only get louder with every unfinished task you’ve assigned yourself. If you’re off track, it’s your ethical duty to get back on track ASAP.