How’s Your Resolution? Get Focused!

It is near the middle of the month, and time to take a quick check to see how you’re doing on July’s resolution.  While you do that, notice whether you’ve kept up on June’s or not.  I have to admit, I’ve had a hard time keeping up with my June resolution while starting and working on my July resolution.  How about you?  The good news is, the July resolution is going quite well!

Establishing a habit should take three to four weeks, but for some of us, it does take longer, so you may need to be vigilant about your past resolutions when the month ticks over and you start a new one.  Just don’t let excuses get in the way of your older (or newer) resolutions!

On the other hand, some of us get bored or frustrated when we are trying to maintain a habit that doesn’t seem to be having any good effects.  In this case, remember that a seed is growing under the ground even if you can’t see it.  Just trust that something is growing and you will soon see evidence of it.  If necessary, ask someone you trust for feedback (see my posts on getting and giving feedback) to make sure your seedling is working its way to the open air.

No matter what, stay focused on your goal, which your resolution should be supporting, and make sure you aren’t letting circumstances dictate what you can or cannot accomplish.

In my case, it helps a lot when people “like” and share my posts on Facebook or, even better, participate and comment here on this blog.  I’ll look forward to hearing from you!

 

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