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|What We Getting Wrong About "New Year Resolutions " by Flolovtri(f): 4:38pm On Jan 01, 2022|
Assalamalaikum and a prosperous new year to you!
So I read about someone breaking his/her 2022 resolution few minutes into the new year and I'm sincerely not surprised one bit. Why?
During December I thought if alot of things i wanted to stop doing and new things I want to start doing and I was like,why don't I wait till the new year before implementing any changes or starting any journey?. But then I thought, if you don't start working on your resolutions immediately you identify them then you definitely not going to start when the new year comes.
You know you have a bad habit you trying to stop,instead of taking the necessary steps to stop them,you decide to wait till the new year before you take any action, this simply just means "You never ready".
Start working on your problems. Don't wait for this time or that time before you start taking actions because tomorrow is never ever promised and waiting doesn't mean you'd even get it done sef.
So as long as you know your problem, take the necessary steps to start solving them. Don't wait!
|Re: What We Getting Wrong About "New Year Resolutions " by Stephen0mozzy: 5:21pm On Jan 01, 2022|
Nice write up.
A new calendar has subtle psychological effect. It's just like asking a team, why wait till 2nd half before exploiting the weakness of the opposing team?
That "start over" gives a fresh start feeling..... And those who truly make the decision out of realization are more effective at it than those who hop on the trend.
|Re: What We Getting Wrong About "New Year Resolutions " by NumeroUna(f): 5:35pm On Jan 01, 2022|
True.. Resolutions shouldn't always start at the beginning of the year. I mean why wait till the beginning of the year to implement a decision you probably have identified/made earlier.
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