All over the world people will be getting up on Wednesday morning to set new goals for the next twelve months.
Most of these goals won’t be followed beyond January, but why not make 2020 different, and discipline yourself to stick to your various targets.
Nothing beats trying, so don’t feel disheartened if some of them look over-ambitious on paper.
Here are seven targets to consider!
You can’t achieve a goal without setting one. This can be anything from going to the gym three times a week, eating better or getting involved with a sports club.
When goals are written down on paper, you’ll have a clearer focus of what you want to achieve.
If you’re aiming to exercise regularly then set realistic objectives.
It’s useless penning a training schedule of four sessions per week if you were only training one day a week prior to this.
Start going to the gym and see how it fits into your working week, and then set a realistic target around it.
Sleep is integral to how you feel on a daily basis.
If you have a lack of sleep, then this will limit your productivity and overall feeling in and out of the workplace.
Sleeping allows for muscle recovery and keeps you in tip top shape mentally.
Make one of your resolutions going to bed earlier.
ELIMINATE BAD FOODS
We all love to tackle the occasional bag of Maltesers and a double cheese burger meal with extra fries at McDonald’s, but 2020 is the time to reduce the amount of bad food that you eat.
It’ll only make you feel worse and have a bad impact on your well-being.
Eat well, feel sharp and maximise your productivity!
TAKE UP A NEW ACTIVITY
Are you bored of doing the same thing? Try a new activity and keep your mind active.
There’s definitely something you’ve had a burning desire to try for a while so January is the time to give it a go.
It could be anything from attending a yoga class to getting involved in a game of basketball or football with friends once a week.
Now is the time.
REPLACE THE LAPTOP WITH A BOOK IN THE EVENING
Many of us sit on the laptop for hours in the evening scrolling down through the home page on Facebook or reading irrelevant websites, so why not make 2020 the year when you start educating yourself and reading some books or trying an online course.
BE A BETTER VERSION OF YOURSELF
Nobody can fault you for being yourself, so carry yourself in that manner whether it’s on the football field on a Monday night or in the workplace.
Embrace failure and keeping trying to get the best out of yourself on a daily basis.
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