I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions. Why wait a whole year to change something when you could do it today or tomorrow? At least that has always been my frame of mind. But I can see why resolutions are so powerful and so popular. New year, new me, right? Plus, everyone else is doing it, so you have the accountability of millions of people.
Whether we’re setting goals or resolutions for the new year, we have a better chance to succeed if we include three things in our plan: why we’re setting that goal, a system to accomplish that goal, and some kind of accountability. Here are my top 8 goals for 2018 with all three of these things explained.