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Friday, December 06, 2019
By New Hope Medical Training
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As the year comes to an end, people are starting to think about what they want to achieve in 2020. Whether it’s eating healthier, education or exercising, it’s important to keep the goals you set for the New Year. 


Unfortunately, a lot of people who set New Year’s resolutions rarely accomplish them. It’s easy to get caught up in the exhilarating feeling of starting over and becoming a better you. Read the following ways that can help you use realistic, actionable steps to help you set your goals and reach them!  


If you want to set and achieve your goals for the upcoming New Year, here are four tips to help you get started:

  1. Start small. Pick two or three smaller goals you want to accomplish for the upcoming year. When you’ve mastered them, you can move onto the next leg of the goal so it feels easier to overcome.
  2. Be intentional. When you hold yourself accountable, it’s easier to follow through with your goals because you’re pressing yourself to achieve them. Use art to create a vision board that shows the life you’re walking towards. 
  3. Set a deadline. The more specific you get about when you want to achieve your goals, the likelier you are to stick to them. Setting a timeline is a great way to reinforce your intentions and put your plan into action.
  4. Reward yourself. Sticking to goals isn’t easy. Instead of beating yourself up every time you fail, remind yourself that you’re human and these things happen. When you do overcome an obstacle, even a small one, treat yourself to something you enjoy. 
When you create goals, it’s crucial to stick to them so you see results and become the best version of yourself. People create goals to improve their lives, so if you struggle to achieve them, then it’s time to put rules in place.

Goals are crucial in achieving your desired dreams. Let us help you achieve some of your career and educational goals by taking one of the new allied health courses we have to offer including Phlebotomy Technician Hybrid and our Medication Aide Courses. See more info on our courses below!

Good luck and Happy Holidays!
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