Smart Living Question Yourself for New Year's Resolution Success

21:03  04 january  2018
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Are your new year ’ s resolutions faltering already? If so, you are not alone. According to a study by University of Scranton psychology professor John C. Norcross, Ph.D., 79% of people were able to maintain their new year ' s resolutions for a week, but two years later

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If you've ever made a New Year's resolution, and then seen it come crumbling down come Valentine's Day, it may be your initial approach that's the problem.

According to researchers, it's the way people announce their resolutions that makes a difference. The study, published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, says that asking yourself "Will I exercise, yes or no?" is more effective than simply saying, "I will exercise."

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The new year is just around the corner, bringing with it an opportunity for new beginnings. While these resolutions may be worthwhile, they may be hard to attain as stated. In order to have the greatest possibility of success in following Specifically, ask yourself the following questions

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See the difference? It may be subtle, but experts say it makes a world of difference.

The study authors found that when they asked people "Do you recycle?", the question itself reminded them that recycling is a positive and productive thing, prompting them to do it. In the same vein, they were more likely to actually recycle because not doing it made them uneasy.

Now, just swap recycling for going to the gym, and your resolution is set.

"When we ask ourselves questions like, 'Will I exercise, yes or no?' we create more freedom in the power of making a choice," says Emmanuel Dagher, transformation specialist, holistic health practitioner, and author of Easy Breezy Prosperity. "Asking questions like this also allows us to move more into a feeling state, rather than an analytical state. So for example, does it 'feel' good to think about the idea of how awesome I'm going to feel after I work out today? Yes, so I will go ahead and work out. If it feels better for me today to not work out, that's fine too. The pressure has lifted, and I can actually enjoy working out, rather than forcing myself to do so."

If You Want A Better Relationship In 2018, Do This

  If You Want A Better Relationship In 2018, Do This It’s easy to get off track with your New Year’s resolutions when you’re the only one holding yourself accountable. If you’re in a relationship, though, you have a leg up: When you set goals as a couple, you’re far more likely to keep each other focused on achieving them. What are the best types of resolutions to make with your partner? Below, marriage therapists and counselors share seven resolutions that could make your relationship happier and healthier in 2018. 1. We’ll commit to small, measurable changes in our behavior “Ask your partner if they’d be willing to test something out with you. Say that you’d like your partner to name something in everyday life they’d like you to change. And you’ll do the same. Start small. This isn’t about asking him to get fit or deal with an addiction. It might be something as simple as, ‘I’d like you to text me at least once during the workday.’ Keep it simple and specific. Don’t say, ‘I’d like to hear from you more during the workday,’ because that’s too vague, leaving it open for interpretation and misunderstanding. In all my years as a marriage coach, I can attest that it’s the small things that have the biggest impact. When you see the impact a small change can have, you’ll both feel empowered about tackling bigger ones together.” ―Abby Rodman, a psychotherapist and the author of Without This Ring: A Woman’s Guide to Successfully Living Through and Beyond Midlife Divorce 2.

Ask yourself 10 questions every day to create good habits to meet your new year resolutions . Success on the most important goals we set for ourselves involve the long game – practices that we practice every day until they become habits, and eventually part of our very identity

At the start of every year , many of us find ourselves wondering how to keep the New Year ' s resolutions we've set for ourselves. If you want to set yourself up for the best chance of success , start with these smart tips for making better resolutions you can actually stick to.

While making this one little swap can actually motivate you to follow through on your goals, Dagher notes that you can actually take it one step further.

"Add things like 'What would happen if...' or 'How much better would life be if...'" he says. "These questions activate the imagination a bit more so that the mind can start to think outside of the box, where greater fulfillment usually starts to happen."

Ready? Set? You're good to go for 2018.

Find more tips for living a better life in Emmanuel Dagher's book Easy Breezy Prosperity.

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