At BYJU’S, we believe in learning, unlearning and relearning. Keeping with this, every month we curate tips and tricks aka Mantras for BYJUites to help them become a better version of themselves – professionally and personally.
In January, the Mantra focuses on, well, the most talked and memed about topic – New Year resolutions. And, yes, how to stick to these resolutions!
We all make New Year resolutions but how many do we end up ticking off our list?
Break down your larger goals into small, quantifiable tasks.
Track them so you know when you’re slacking.
Put your resolution on display so you feel obligated and accountable to achieve them.
Commit to others around you for that extra push.
Two can be a party too! Compete (healthily), compare and track your progress with a friend with common goals.
Take a break in between your tasks. It gives you time to breathe and replenish your energy when things become overwhelming.
It helps increase productivity and gives you that boost when you resume your tasks.
Bundle your targets with gratifying activities to make the goals more attractive.
Rewards spike dopamine in your brain and increase motivation and productivity. It’s simple science!
No one is perfect and we all lapse. Get up every time you fall.
Be patient and consistent until the habit becomes your second nature.
Put those googling skills to use!
Pick an editable planner online and customise it according to your goals. This will help you be on track.
Now that you have the Mantra to make your resolutions stick, get, set going on your way to becoming a super version of You!
Were these Mantras helpful? How do you make your resolutions stick?
Spill your secret and share them in the comments below! We would love to know.
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