OK, now that you’ve seen (counting last year’s) almost sixty resolutions, I expect you are a bit overwhelmed. I’ve got just one more. For our final resolution, I’m going to share this advice from Steve Harper:
Rather than do a wish list of all the things you want to change or achieve, why not start off with a moderate but attainable list of ONE thing you want bad enough to actually work your tail off to achieve it. Write it down, print it out, put it on the bottom of your mirror so you see it every morning, put a copy in your billfold, put one on your dashboard and on your desk at work. Surround yourself with the very public declaration that this is what you plan to achieve. I believe when you do this, you sort of create a public and private cheering team that will encourage you when things get hard (and they will). It's easy to let ourselves down but I haven't met one person that will allow their image to be that of a loser or a quitter when it comes to how others perceive them. It becomes a great motivator and benchmark to stay the course until the goal or resolution is achieved.
If you have more than one thing, write them down and throw it into a folder that you’ll review once each month. Once you’ve achieved your ONE thing, pick another.