Source: Karina Inkster, MA, PTS, Alive.com, January 1, 2020
It’s January, so your head might be swimming with intentions for the year ahead: resolutions to set, goals to nail, habits to form, and visualizations to implement.
Where to begin? And what’s the difference between a resolution and a goal, anyway?
A resolution is a decision to do something (or not do something). Many resolutions fall flat because a decision, by itself, is not enough to sustain long-term behaviour change.
A goal is a desired result.
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