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December 4, 2014

How to Actually Reach Your Goals

The holidays are an exciting time full of presents, potlucks and parties. But with all that Christmas fun also comes a crammed December calendar, which can leave us dragging into the New Year with a holiday hangover. Instead of using...

The holidays are an exciting time full of presents, potlucks and parties. But with all that Christmas fun also comes a crammed December calendar, which can leave us dragging into the New Year with a holiday hangover.

Instead of using the calendar flip to start fresh, many of us spend the first few weeks of January just trying to catch up.

It’s only then that we begin thinking about our New Year’s goals and resolutions.

Right now is a much better time to start planning your post-holiday changes. When you think ahead, you’ll be ready to act when January arrives in a few short weeks.

But acting on your plan is just the first step. The next step—and most important one—is actually following through. To help, check out this quick video tip where I encourage you to focus on your plan, keep your resolutions, and maintain your positive changes all year long.

For more video tips, visit The Dave Ramsey Show channel on YouTube.

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  1. A nice simple way to keep in mind where we are going by imagining how we will feel after we have completed our goals and have our reward. Growing my personal coaching business is part of my plans for 2015. As I set my goals for my business I will keep this in mind.
    Thanks,
    Tom

  2. I love these reminders prior to the start of the new year. Sacrifice and anticipation are key to remember! As the owner of Ducks in a Row Personal Organizing, I work with clients every day on these ideas!