If you want to succeed at your New Year’s resolution, stop thinking of it as a resolution. Instead, frame your resolution as a daily, manageable habit you want to develop into you day-to-day life.

Don’t think in vague terms like “I want to lose weight” or “I want to become fluent in Mandarin.” Instead, think more in terms of quantifiable micro-goals, like “I will walk 10,000 steps a day and measure that with my pedometer” or “I will learn 50 new words a day on my language app.”

Other tips? Publicize your goal among your family and friends, and if it is possible, make your resolution a group… more


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