How to become a better person this year?
16 tips for the New Year
In the New Year, it’s important to put your life in perspective.
Make your own recap of the events of the year, listen to your inner voice, and see what has worked for you.
“The paths do not come to you. You have to find them on your own, and sometimes you have to carve new ones entirely.”
I have prepared 16 tips for the New Year, or what to do to make 2021 even more beautiful, even better!
- Be open to change!
- Don’t panic. Breathe !
- You always deserve a moment for yourself.
- Go through your bank account and see if the things you spend your money on are really essential in your life.
- Cut off toxic people.
- Try to surround yourself with people who inspire you.
- Remember that no one is perfect and that we accumulate a multitude of experiences throughout our lives!
- Instead of worrying about not knowing what to do in your life… just take your time and open up to the world. Wait for life to give you a new idea, new knowledge, or a new proposition that you never thought of before.
- Sometimes things happen when you least expect them, trust life!
- Make decisions about the future based on “hope”, not “fear”.
- Bring physical space into your life! Get rid of unnecessary items and items that you haven’t worn for at least a year.
- Live in the belief that you will be happy and that you will be successful.
- Remember that we have no control over every situation that occurs in our lives. Instead, you can control your reaction to a given situation.
- Develop yourself, learn something new.
- Each evening, take notes of the 3 things you are thankful for today and read them in the morning when you wake up.
- Create an action plan. Whether you are aiming again for the same goal as last year or have a new one, adjust it to be more realistic based on your skills and your situation. Your plan should include:
– Smaller goals to achieve that will allow you to reach the ultimate goal.
– Check-ins. Check your progress regularly (at least once a month, but it can be as often as once a week) so that you can make course corrections if you find yourself slipping again.
– One or two responsible partners. They will hold your feet to the fire to make sure you stay on track. Put your plan where you can see it and review it periodically.
Select dates from your calendar to check your goals and make sure you stay on track.
It’s so important, especially when you start to lose motivation later in the year. Viewing the appointment reminder window will prompt you to reconnect to your goals and make sure you’re on the right track. Again, these periodic checks serve to help you correct your course if you find yourself off the trail.