It no longer seems as if the New Year was yesterday. Creating the list of resolutions is now a memory of the past. This is the part of the journey where many people give up on their New Year’s resolutions. Writing down your New Year’s resolutions will be a memory for all of us. However, the motivation we had on New Year’s Day cannot be a memory. Instead, the motivation we got on New Year’s Day needs to be a lifestyle.
There are 365 days in a year, and in order to accomplish your resolutions for the year, you need to have the lifestyle that will set you up for success. Today is a very important day to remind yourself about the motivational feeling you felt on New Year’s Day. You need to bring that motivational feeling back into the present and keep it there. Even if this process takes an entire week, it is important to bring back that sense of motivation.
When you bring back a sense of motivation, you will give yourself a new mental mindset as you tackle your goals. By combining your motivation with effective time management, you will be able to get more accomplished in a shorter amount of time. The motivation will be surging within you, and the output will be all of the results you wanted.
In order to accomplish your resolutions, the motivation you felt on New Year’s Day needs to be carried from the starting line to the finish line. After the first mile of a marathon, many runners forget about the beginning of the marathon when they were motivated. In order to cross the finish line, you need to have that motivation from the start and carry it all the way. Once you carry the motivation all the way to the finish line, never let go of that motivation.