Isn’t it early to be thinking about New Year’s resolutions? Yes, if your M.O. is to flake out like most people. But if you really want to bullet-proof your New Year’s resolutions, begin today with my five-step process.
1. Take an inventory or your successes and setbacks in 2006
Don’t squander the lessons of the past year. Ask yourself what worked and what didn’t, and then ask yourself why. These lessons will help you avoid repeating past mistakes, and will reveal successful strategies that you can apply to your new goals.