Train Your Brain… Forget Resolutions

Tips To Train Your Brain To Get What You Want In The New Year

What are your New Year Resolutions? Do you want to quit smoking or drinking? Do you want to spend more time at the gym and lose weight? Do you want to repair or the broken relationships and make new friends? Are you looking for ways to advance in your career? Well, you can achieve all that with the right mindset. It doesn’t matter if you have failed to achieve any of the resolutions you made in the past. This is the year to get everything right and here are tips to help you get there.

Avoid Brain Fatigue

You need to keep your mind fresh and rejuvenated. If you’re tired, you might not regulate your emotions accordingly. Eventually, you will start getting down on yourself. Therefore, it’s tough to maintain willpower or a positive outlook, especially when tempted by external pressure. If you get enough sleep every night, you can make executive decisions that allow you to meet your goals.

Create A New Morning Routine

Are you always waking up in a bad mood? Do you need to feel better and rejuvenated in the morning? Well, you need a new morning routine. Rather than waking up and going directly to work, you can always do something different. Try waking up a little earlier than usual and go to the gym. Even better, you should consider doing a few exercises in your house before going anywhere. That way, you can get the energy you need to have a good morning afterward.

Organize Your Home And Office

Change is always good for a reason. It might become monotonous always looking at the same thing over and over again. Make a few changes in your home such as rearranging the furniture or putting up some new pieces of art. Even better, you can add a few decorations such as lamps to make the place look brand new. The same goes for your office. You can reorganize it, shift your desk or get a new computer. If something is different, you can always count on a new and changed experience.

Find New People

The reason why you might not have achieved what you set out to do last year is because you’re hanging out with the wrong group of people. Therefore, try to make new friends whichever way possible. That way, new people can encourage you to meet your goals effortlessly this new year.

Also, David DiSalvo has written an excellent article in Lifehacker and don’t miss to read it.

 

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