How To Improve Moral
Improve your morale by coaching yourself on how to keep your wellness goals,
If you’re like many Canadians, you recently made one or more New Year’s resolutions to improve your life. According to statisticsbrain.com only 8% of folks are successful in fulfilling any of these annual goals. What happens along the road from good intention to falling back into old, unproductive habits?
Many factors come into play that may derail you from achieving sour goals; i.e., a chaotic schedule, conflicting goals (exercising more vs. socializing more), client dinners, company parties, family obligations, and yourself! Yes, you may start off on a new fitness goal, totally excited and with the enormous determination but then, you falter and find yourself back in an old, all-too-familiar routine.
Self-Improvement Comes From Consistent Baby Steps
But hope is on the horizon! The key to self-improvement is not through one big leap, but many baby teps. life is a habit…good or bad. Whether you realize it or the majority of how you think or act is born out of habit. This is great news because it means you can change anything about yourself; exercise routine, money habits or your response to unwanted obstacles. With time, a more positive, healthier way of being will become automatic. At the outset, it will take conscious effort. There will be gains and some setbacks, but by remaining aware of your efforts and correcting your path along the way, you will be able to put into place new habits that fulfill your oals and take seemingly little effort.
One excellent tool that you can use to implement new habits is the S.M.A.R.T. system, attributed to George Doran in his 1981 book, Management Review. It lays out structure for developing goals in a way that makes it easier to achieve them.It stands for Specific, Measurable,Attai