Will your new-year resolutions survive Valentine’s Day?

Many of us started off year 2020 with some great newyear resolutions – 2020 is my year, to start off a new project or business, coach online, create an extra income stream, a year of great turnaround, among others.

But then, evidence shows that approximately 80% give up their new-year resolutions by mid February, that by Valentine’s day! Are falling behind, or  haven’t even started working yours yet? So will your resolution survive Valentine’s Day?

 I have good news for you: you can re-awake, if you take this as a wake-up call!

And if you are looking to start an online coaching this year, that’s why I created EPOC, to help you turn your business experience into a profitable online coaching business, and make a comfortable living online. 
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Here are 5 things you can do to make things happen for you this year.

#1: Clarity
First, represent your resolution with clarity.
Put them in the form of goals that you can measure. That is, make your goals specific, measurable, achievable and realistic, with time-lines. If your goals are not clear, the tendency is that you’ll end up someplace else. In the words of Lewis Carroll, “if you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.” That’s why the first thing is to represent your resolution in the form of goals that you can measure.

#2: Quarterly Milestones.
Once you are clear about your goals, next identify quarterly milestones you need to achieve,  which will then lead you to achieving your goal for the year. And make sure each milestone represents a higher step leading to achieving your goals and resolutions.

#3: Monthly Targets.
Next, break the milestones for the quarter into monthly targets. The basic idea is to provide you with a good sense of what you need to do each month to achieve your resolution or goals, as well as serve as a constant reminder on all the targets that you have to work, as scheduled for each month.

#4: Weekly Plan.
And on the eve of a new month, create weekly plan. By this, divide your target for the month into the work or assignments you need to achieve to meet your target for the month. Then assign them to the each week of the month, so you now have your weekly plan.  

#5: Daily To-Do Lists
Finally, prepare your daily to-do list. This is the list of all the important stuff you have to do each day; and you prepare this, the day before.  This way, you don’t start the day until you have it finished! For ease of creating your daily to-do list, divide your weekly plan of assignments into daily activities; and then create your daily to-do lists. This involves, listing out all the things you plan to do each day, and writing them down – in terms of priorities, timelines, and responsibilities. Writing down to-do list helps you to focus your daily actions with your resolutions, as well as keeping you from irrelevant pursuits and distractions, day by day, and ultimately throughout the year.  

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And if you are looking to start an online coaching this year, that’s why I created EPOC, to help you turn your business experience into a profitable online coaching business, and make a comfortable living online.
I don’t care what others may say about you, I know the world is waiting for you to share the existing knowledge, experiences, and ideas that you have, to help with learners online across national boundaries, and make your mark in the world.

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