Intentions Vs Resolutions: What you need in 2018

It's a common tradition that at the beginning of every new year, we make resolutions that we intend to stick to but never do. What you need in 2018, is not another list of resolutions but intentions on what you need to improve in your life.

It’s a common tradition that at the beginning of every new year, we make resolutions that we intend to stick to but never do. Yet, we go ahead to make more resolutions the next year. Don’t you think 2018 deserves better? It’s high time for a change in things you need to change in the coming year.

First things first, the word ‘resolution’ has been overrated, making it January’s second most used word after ‘Happy new Year.’ The truth is we really don’t resolve our challenges by calling them resolutions or by just talking about them. By working on your intentions, you make your resolutions more personal and easier to resolve. That said, what you need in 2018, is not another list of resolutions but intentions on what you need to improve in your life. What are your intentions for the new year?

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It’s that simple. Your intentions should be clear, straight forward and achievable. You need to summarise them in one sentence before breaking it down into different categories and a further breakdown on how to achieve them.
Deciding your destination before embarking on a trip is one sure way that you will arrive at the planned destination without missing your way. Therefore, you need to know your intentions for the new year and make it known.

Meanwhile, the year ahead is a long one with 365 days and having just one intention isn’t good enough. You should have at least one major plan for each month, and a clear means on how to achieve them.

From improving your family ties, to your career goals, finances, health, relationship, and your spiritual life, your intentions should be as as easy as ABC:
Achievable
Believable
Concrete

You know the habits you need to change and the ones you intend to add to your cart. Have at the back of your mind that you have a higher chance of working on the things you intend to improve on than the ones you call resolutions: