Are you one of these people who struggle to keep your new year’s resolutions? Do you tend to set goals for yourself, hoping to make life changes, but slip and become easily discouraged?
If the answer is yes, then you are not doing it the right way! I’ve been there myself. There is nothing more frustrating than entering a new year or even a new decade with new energy and motivation, just to succumb to your old ways and habits within the first weeks.
After years of working with clients, I have found a model that helps you to determine your goals and clarify your WHY. It’s a 6 stage process that will help you map the journey towards the end result, make space for slip-ups, and keep going towards implementing long-lasting changes!
The first question we ought to ask ourselves is – are we really ready for changes? Only an honest answer can set us on a path towards life changes that’s free of frustration and self-blame.
Watch the video below to find out how exactly this can be achieved and how to finally implement long-lasting changes into your life!
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Thanks for posting this Melissa. I am thinking of making a change of career, but am bouncing back and forth between the pre-contemplation and contemplation phases. I think it’s a mixture of being comfortable where I am, and being a bit unsure of what I want to do next (other than knowing it’s not what I am doing now). Thank you for posting the link to the information on “clarifying your why.” I think this will be helpful for me in determining both why I am looking to move, and what direction I should be moving in.
Hi Greg, I’m so happy to hear that the linked article feels like it will help you move forward. You might also like my article about making hard decisions (I talk about a different type of hard decision, but might still have some helpful takeaways)– https://www.intentionalexpat.com/how-i-made-the-decision-to-move-home/ There’s usually no right answer in these situations, and it usually involves facing uncertainty and maybe even grieving the life we have known. Change is hard, but I’m sure that continued self-exploration will lead you to some answers. Best of luck!