The New Year stands before us like a fresh chapter in a book
What will you write for the next chapter of your life? It’s entirely up to you. Take the first step to make sure that it’s a
good great chapter by setting New Year’s resolutions.
- Start a Meditation Practice
- Learn Something New Each Day.
- Pick Up a Hobby.
- Move More.
- Read More Books.
- Be More Grateful.
- Stop Procrastinating.
- Set Aside On-Hour-A-Day to Achieve Your Dreams.
- Enjoy the Little Things
- Become More Confident
- Be More Conscientious
- Increase Your Charisma
- Increase Your IQ
- Increase Your Emotional Intelligence
- Learn a New Skill
- Bring More Peace Into Your Life
- Be Kinder to Yourself
- Create a Positive Attitude
- Strengthen Your Personal Relationship
- Keep a Journal
Decide on One-Word for the Year
Pick a word to guide you throughout the year. Why just one word? Because one word gives you clarity and focus.
If you were to sit down and write down everything that you want for the new year, and then read over your list, you’d see certain patterns and themes emerging. Once you have these patterns and themes, boil it all down to the one word that encapsulates what you want for the year.
Here are some ideas for your one-word:
- I.A.S obviously
Take a Life Audit. One option for the new year is to take a life audit. How are you doing in life? If you were to grade yourself in each of your life areas–relationships, work, finances, health, and so on–how would you do? What areas need improvement? What do you need to do to “raise your grade”?
Start the year by giving yourself a life audit. Once you know where you are now, you can decide where you want to be by the end of the year. Then, at the end of the year, audit yourself again to see if you improved.
Thanks for being a part of our IAS ABHIYAN