According to Business Insider, 80% of New Year’s Resolutions will be broken by February. That’s 4/5 of us who make a commitment to ourselves and don’t follow through!
It’s not surprising when you think about it because most resolutions are wildly ambitious. We’ve all promised ourselves we’re going to lose a lot of weight, quit our addictions, or become a millionaire. By the way, if you’ve achieved any of these things, good for you. Tell me your secret!
More importantly, most resolutions only develop with ourselves in mind. As such, because our resolutions are self-involved, we don’t have anybody else invested in our success. Imagine how much more likely you would be to follow through if there was accountability from those around you.
To break the 4/5 rule in 2018, I resolve to create something new at work.
This New Year, your challenge is to sit down and identify how things could be better. How could you and your organization better accomplish your mission and better advance conservatism?
The best thing about working in the conservative movement is the tremendous potential to be an innovator and improve the way things are done. Here are three reasons you should resolve to create something new at work:
But how do you create something new?
By making it your resolution to create something new at work, you will not only advance your career, but you will break the 4/5 rule. When you set yourself a goal that’s well planned, your colleagues are invested in, and that helps others, you’re far more likely to succeed.
Be a rule breaker in 2018!