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Offbeat That's why you should start your New Year's resolutions today.

21:35  22 october  2020
21:35  22 october  2020 Source:   freundin.de

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Why wait until the New Year to set important goals? For these reasons, you should start your New Year's resolutions today.

Deswegen sollten Sie mit Neujahrsvorsätzen heute schon starten iStockphoto © iStockphoto That's why you should start your New Year's resolutions today to become a new person - more sporty, hardworking, more beautiful and better. But this year everything is a little different, which is why our resolutions should also be redesigned. Laurie Gerber, Head Life Coach at Handel Group , says that instead of putting your resolutions off to the New Year, you should work towards your dreams now for the following reasons:

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, the failure rate of New Year's resolutions is around 80%, with many losing their resolve by mid-February. Because there is a wrong thinking here: Setting goals around fitness and diet leads to stress and the feeling of having to achieve them immediately in the New Year. If no immediate results are seen, we tend to give up. However, if we start working towards our goal now, according to Gerber, we have longer time and thus less stress.

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people keep resolutions less often because they are usually too big, too vague and too many. "Getting healthier", "improving relationships" or "being more diligent" are guidelines but not clear measures. Instead, make specific promises to yourself now, such as: "I train for at least 30 minutes every other day". This makes big goals seem easier and more achievable.

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Deswegen sollten Sie mit Neujahrsvorsätzen heute schon starten iStockphoto © iStockphoto That's why you should start with New Year's resolutions today. Of course, this doesn't mean real punishments. These can be annoying, small tasks, such as Throw € 5 in a money box or do push-ups for every breach of promise. So you pay a small "price" instead of just feeling guilty all day and can try again the next day with a clear conscience. By starting the Promises now, you can take your time until the New Year. At some point it will work! Author: Irem Özkalgay

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