It’s practically impossible to talk to anyone leading up to January 1st without talking about New Years Resolutions! It’s a tradition that it seems every participates in. The “resolutions” are usually always the same, person to person. Eat better, workout more, write more, be more creative, go out more, stay in more, etc.
was listening to my new fave podcast: Rise by Rachel Hollis, and she was chatting with Brendon Burchard, author of High Performance Habits. They were discussing how you can change your habits for the new year, and during the podcast Brendon dropped a major truth bomb. He said that people cannot set resolutions if it means they are “fixing” something, because that negative approach to creating new goals and habits will set you off track from the beginning! The whole episode is wonderful, so you should definitely give it a listen, but this was one of my greatest takeaways.