In the past, I have suggested setting quarterly goals instead of New Year’s Resolutions. You can see my discussion of this in an earlier post entitled Say “No” to New Year’s Resolutions.
I’m about to break with tradition even further by advocating for monthly goals rather than quarterly.
What is it about the turning of the calendar from December 31 to January 1 that makes us think that we suddenly have the ability to exercise more, spend more time with our families, and get organized?
There is nothing magical about that switch from one day to another, yet most of us continue to set ourselves up for failure by vowing to be different people in the new year.
Here’s a much more achievable way to make changes to your life: set quarterly goals.