Another New Year Along the Way to the End of the Old One: My Third-Quarter 2019 Goals Check-In/Reassessment

For many people, September is the true start of the new year.

It makes sense when you think about it: summer holidays are over; both grade school and university classes are recommencing; the days are shorter; the weather is cooler.

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At the Midpoint to the End of All Things 2019: My Second-Quarter 2019 Goals Check-In/Reassessment

For people with New Year’s Resolutions, the middle of the year is truly do or die time.

On the one hand, if you’ve yet to do any work toward your goals for the year, mid-year seems to represent the latest you could realistically start and still achieve the full desired result.

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Using Evaluation Theory to Help You Set Your New Year’s Resolutions

“New year, new you”, so the popular saying goes.

However negatively this mantra tends to be received, especially online, I am here for it because for me, I have a pretty good track record of making it work.

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My Year-End 2018 Goals Reassessment (New Year’s Resolution Redux #3)

I’ve got one more kick at the can.

I’m a long-standing lover of New Year’s resolutions, and this year, aside from just setting some—which is the easy part—I decided to perform regular progress assessments in order to course correct as needed to help boost my likelihood of achieving success.

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