New Year’s Resolutions. I love them. I see them as the perfect opportunity to set my sights on what I want to achieve for the next year, and I am invested in making them happen. I’m such a nerd like that.
The problem is, for a lot of us, we don’t keep our resolutions because of one reason or another. Like any awkward breakup though, it’s not the resolutions that are the problem. It’s you.
Funnily enough, where I’d usually go to my mindfulness training to talk about resolutions, I’ve found myself leaning towards my marketing background a little more to get my point across.
Like any good marketer, I like to set SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely). While this is snoring for work purposes, it can actually be pretty fun for setting your resolutions.
That’s it! The proven, marketing formula, to making a resolution that will work.
I want to make 10,000 hits in 2015, so I’m going to ten things to improve, promote or advertise my blog… but give me a break on the specifics, I’ve got a hang over.