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How to keep a New Year resolution

BY: David Prakash Kumar | Category: Self Improvement | Post Date: 2010-01-04

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Another New Year is upon us and there would be many people who have had a New Year resolution ready. Many people over the years have started many a resolution, but only a few have been able to keep the resolution. There are many reasons for people not being able to keep the New Year resolution. Some people are not really strong willed and this is one reason for the people not being able to keep up their resolution. There may have faced some other problems in their life and this may have made them to move away from their resolutions.

This article tells of a few simple methods of keeping a New Year resolution.

1. The resolution you select:

The first thing that plays a role in keeping a New Year resolution is to make sure that you select a good resolution. This resolution should be simple, specific and also easily achievable. This kind of a resolution will help the person to be able to keep the resolution and follow it to the beginning of the next year.

2. Commitment:

The person should be committed to follow the resolution and make sure that they are able to keep the resolution. There are many people who start strong, but their fall is also very quick and hard. This should not be how the person falls from keeping their resolution. Commitment to keeping up the resolution should be very high for the person to keep the resolution. One method of having good commitment is to have the [positive effects of the resolution written down and the person can read it every day to learn the benefits of keeping the resolution.

3. Take each day at a time:

There are people who try very hard to keep the resolution. These people also get discouraged at the whole year ahead of them when they have to keep the New Year resolution. This gets them discouraged and they are then not able to keep the resolution. The best method of keeping the New Year resolution is to take one day at a time and then try to keep the resolution.

4. Easy resolution:

The person who is starting to have New Year resolutions should start in the first year with a simple resolution that is very easy to follow. Starting off on the first year of your resolution keeping with a very simple and easy to adhere to resolution will enable you to achieve it easily and give you an impetus to try out more complicated and difficult things later on.

These are some of the simplest methods of keeping up your new year resolutions. The ability to keep up the resolutions also can vary from person to person depending on various factors of the person's personality. There are some people who have personalities where they give up very easily. At the same time, other people may not give up very easily and they try to achieve things to the maximum limit possible and these people are the ones who are sure to keep up with their resolutions.

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