Make Your New Years Resolutions Concrete and Actionable

At the start of a new year everyone seems to be making lists of resolutions or goals they want to accomplish. This is great, and a nice way of trying to change yourself to be better.

However, what a lot of people do is make their list vague. For example, here might be someone’s list:

  • Read more
  • Meditate more
  • Lose weight
  • Exercise

Of course, these are all admirable goals but they aren’t concrete. What does “more” mean? What is better to simply rework each:

  • Read 20 page as a day
  • Meditate 10 minutes a day
  • Lose 10 pound’s
  • Workout 3 days a week

They are still the same goals, but now you can more easily keep yourself accountable.