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With the beginning of a New Year, we dream of making this New Year perfect by making effective New Year's resolutions. However, most people have experiences in the past where they could not keep their resolutions even past the first 30 days. So how can you be an exception in 2010?
Make it a habit to write down your goals. Something remarkable happens when you write down a goal in your own words. Your mind becomes clear, your goal becomes specific and it becomes your personal success target. Therefore write down your new year's resolutions in as much as detail you can. Remember, if you have fuzzy goals, you will get fuzzy results.
To keep your new year's resolutions, you must be constantly thinking about them. As the success coach Brian Tracy says, 'you become what you most often think about'. If you think constantly about your resolutions and how you can effectively realize them, your subconscious mind will find ways to make it happen. On the other hand, if you constantly think about how your previous resolutions did not work out, the chances are high you will get the same results.
Sometimes it could be tough to keep a positive mental picture when everything around you says otherwise. To avoid that, constantly overflow your mind with positive thoughts and pictures so that you will not lose focus when you are tempted to give up.
But the most effective way of keeping your new year's resolutions is through accountability. Being accountable will protect your promises, integrity and credibility. Through the power of accountability you can achieve all your resolutions and make significant performance gains in your life.