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The New Year is Meaningless

I know that January 1st isn’t magical, but it’s still effective in spurring people into action. Perhaps the secret to achieving goals, creating habits, catalyzing change, and improving oneself is in making the mundane magical.

Even though the new year is an arbitrary and meaningless date on the calendar, and even though the year 2020 is nothing more than coincidental numbers – you can still inject enough meaning into it to make it useful for creating the changes you want.

How to Break a Bad Habit in 4 Steps

How to Break a Bad Habit in 4 Steps

It’s really difficult to break a bad habit, but it can be done if you know the steps to re-wire your brain. You have a bad habit that you’ve been trying to break, but you just can’t get rid of it. Maybe it’s a health related bad habit like smoking or overeating. Maybe it’s a smaller bad habit like biting your nails. Or it could be a social bad habit like interrupting people or checking your phone during conversations. At best, bad habits continue to be little annoyances to you and others. At worst, a bad habit can grow into a life-dominating addiction. Bad habits, if allowed to grow, can become major obstacles in your life that hold you back from success.

Create Realistic New Year’s Resolutions & Tips On How to Achieve Your Goals

How are you doing on your new year’s resolutions? Chances are, you never made them, have forgotten about them already, or tried and given up. The reason our resolutions, and most other goals fail is because they’re lofty and generic, and we lack an actual strategy to help achieve them. But the practice of creating goals to improve ourselves is important, whether it’s at the new year or any other time.

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