Set Learning Goals Instead of Resolutions
A learning goal is simply a commitment to learn something rather than to achieve a specific milestone.
Say, for example, that your New Year’s resolution is to get into better physical shape. A traditional goal might be: “I’m going to work out at the gym three days a week.” A corresponding learning goal would be: “I’m going to hire a fitness trainer to teach me an appropriate workout program.”
Research, published in many journals, reveals that people who set learning goals are much more likely to achieve them. They also tend to stay motivated over a longer period of time and get better results overall. So, if you set a learning goal instead of a traditional goal in the area of fitness, you stand a much better chance of actually getting fit!
Tired of New Year’s resolutions that go nowhere? Try setting a learning goal instead. It just might make 2020 your best year ever!
Selling Your Home Doesn’t Have to be Overwhelming
In fact, if you focus on the long to-do list, you may be dissuaded from ever making a move!
It doesn’t have to be that way.
There are many ways to make selling your home and buying another one relatively simple and easy.
Sure, there will be some work to do. You may need to prepare your property so that it looks appealing to potential buyers - cleaning, decluttering, doing some repairs, etc. Of course, you will also need to view some properties for sale in order to find your next dream home.
But those activities may not be as time-consuming or difficult as you had imagined. In fact, you and your family might actually enjoy the experience - and see it as an adventure.
5 Easy Ways to Reduce Stress Fast
Don’t let stress get in your way. Try using these tips, so you can enjoy yourself more.