Achieving our goals is usually a struggle because it’s hard to stay motivated and committed. It’s very important to stay on the right track, especially when it comes to your career or health. So, if you’re on your way to try to make 2019 your year; be it by losing weight or just leading a better lifestyle, and wanting to find new strategies to help you stay motivated, then read on.
Here are 6 tips to help you make 2019 your year!
Set a goal and visualize it
Once you set your goal, visualizing it is a powerful way to stay committed; it’ll help you stay on the right track! If you can see yourself achieving the results you desire inside your head, the positivity you’ll feel will make it easier for you to reach goals. After all, if you can dream it, you can achieve it!
Make a list of the things you want to accomplish
According to science, it is proven that our brain is a goal-oriented organ. So whatever goal you set your mind to, your brain will work day and night to figure out how to achieve it. When you have a long list of things you want to achieve, you’ll have more to strive for every time you wake up! The rush you have every time you check one of those goals out your list is incredible.
Mind your motives
If there is one lesson everyone should learn about life it will be that not all people want your best interest in life. Most of them will actually drag you down with them and suck you into their drama. So always mind your own business, you don’t necessarily need to involve the people around you in every detail of your life.
Embrace the journey
You should always genuinely embrace the journey of your life and don’t let people hack at it. It’s very personal and unique to each one of us. It’s made up of little moments, interactions, and thoughts; the bad ones and the good ones and everything in between is what keeps you growing.
Pay it forward
Pay it forward means instead of returning a favor to someone, you do a good deed to someone else. It inspires generosity, empathy, and erases ego. Often times we only think of our own needs and don’t think of how our actions affect the people around us. What we say and do matters, and after all, every good deed you do for someone helps you grow just as much as the other person.
Say thank you!
Saying thank you is code for good manners, courtesy, and gratitude. Ever since we were children, we are taught that in certain situations you need to express your gratitude. There will always be ungrateful people around you but that doesn’t mean that you need to be ungrateful.