New Year – the Chinese Way!
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As the new year does not being until February 8th, 2015 themes linger on
watch She was telling me that Chinese new year does not begin until February 8th so themes from 2015 still linger on in January. This made perfect sense to me because I still wasn’t ready to set new goals for 2016 and I was still tying up loose ends and ‘throwing out the trash’.
why not try these out The idea of starting in February took a great weight off my shoulders and made me realise that I had fallen into the ‘New Year resolution trap’. You know, the trap where you are supposed to say your goals aloud (or even better write them down) on January 1st or ideally on December 31st.
There is a lot of pressure to set a goal and ‘start now’ on January 1st
click here now I’ve never believed in New Year resolutions and have always set my own goals when I was ready, but for some reason I started to think ‘New year, new goals, start now’. This idea literally freaked me out and out a lot of pressure on me.
January is better spent in ‘planning mode’
here To me, the idea of the new year starting on Monday February 8th makes perfect sense. I am always in Europe on holidays in January so the idea of actioning goals is not realistic. What is realistic is ‘thinking and planning time’ i.e. planning how to think and thinking how to plan. This is critical for effective goal setting and it is no wonder that most New Year resolutions fail within a week (if you are lucky to even last that long) because we have not reprogrammed out mindset.
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It is never too late to reset our plans and our goals
http://makse.com/?kremel=asian-dating-website-london&6a2=71 Just because western culture encourages New Year resolutions to be made on January 1st does not mean we have to adhere to it! After all, it is not a one size fits all. We are all unique human beings with different needs and wants and readiness to change.
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What are you waiting for?
check this link right here now To get you started, I was watching ‘Le Journal’, the french news, this afternoon and it featured a professional giving advice on why New Year resolutions do not work. Very apt, very timely, and I was even more chuffed that I understood it all! Here their 3 tips on why they often fail…
2. trader finance Inconsistency – inconsistent actions will not produce consistent outcomes e.g. one day of healthy eating followed by a few days of continuous snacking is not going to lead to consistent results.
3. strategie opzioni digitali breve termine Radical decisions e.g. cutting out certain food groups (unless you have an allergy that has been MEDICALLY diagnosed) does not mean you have to cut all food out. Food avoidance often leads to rebellion and is therefore not sustainable. The minute I say “no ….” the next minute I am wanting it!!!!
So what do you think? Did you make New Year resolutions on January 1st? Are you still sticking to them? Or are you like me and using January as planning time so you’ll be ready and raring to go by the time the Chinese New Year of February 8th comes around?
Why New Year resolutions so often fail:
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