Be honest – have you ever set New Year’s resolutions and actually stuck to them? If the answer is yes, have you ever stuck to them all year?
If you’re like most Americans, your New Year’s resolutions are long forgotten by the end of January.
Because setting goals for an entire year is ineffective and unrealistic. Life moves quickly and things change all the time. What matters to you most in December can be long forgotten by February.
The best way to achieve more in 2015 is by breaking your goals down into manageable 90-day achievement cycles.
By declaring your goal or goals for the next 90 days only, you’ll create a manageable, achievable system that sets you up for success throughout the year.
Each 90-day cycle will move you forward toward a larger, overarching goal, and will inform the goals you set for every subsequent 90-day cycle to follow. Read more about Goal Setting That Actually Works: How To Achieve More In 2015 (Part 1)