As we enter each New Year, we set a number of goals, declaring that we are going to do 'this' or 'that,' ending up with something that reads a lot like a grocery list of things we want to accomplish.
For a fresh perspective, let me encourage you to set a life resolution with a list of items you can complete each year.
Instead of setting enormous goals, consider setting more obtainable goals that are not so far-reaching that you would become discouraged if you did not complete the entire list.
You can set reachable goals by doing a few things: First of all, only set 3 or 4 goals.
You're more likely to stay on track to complete them that way;
Secondly, stay focused as you'll need that focus to stay true to your goals;
Thirdly, set boundaries and make adjustments as you move through the year. Lastly, remember to be yourself.
This means running in your own lane and learning to say no.