We aren’t talking problems or family conflict, we are talking New Year’s Resolutions.
There’s always animated banter between those who stand firm on their efforts each year to make a resolution come January 1st and those who scoff at the idea. The naysayers tout about avoiding the disappointment of another year where they started strong and didn’t follow through or that they simply don’t believe in it.
Wherever you fall in the great debate, there’s abundant research to support the idea of sharing goals out loud, writing them down, and resolving to in a concrete way to reach a desired change in life.
For business leaders, entrepreneurs, or everyday success oriented individuals there’s tremendous benefit in the perception of a clean slate where you establish a clear, tangible focus on something specific personally or professionally.
In an article written on Forbes about Why You Should Be Writing Down Your Goals written by money coach and expert on personal finance, Ahsley Feinstein, she notes that, “According to a study done by Gail Matthews at Dominican University, those who wrote down their goals accomplished significantly more than those who did not write down their goals.” She offers these tips:
Happy New Year from Raza Properties — may your 2017 be visionary, measurable, and successful!
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