Life Tip: New Year- New You!
By Capt. Jessica-Lynn Stanley, Licensed Clinical Social Worker , 37th Training Wing
/ Published January 01, 2020
Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas --
Are you looking to develop a healthy lifestyle? Kicking a bad habit? Studies have shown that only 8 percent of those who make New Year’s resolutions actually accomplish them. If you are looking to join that 8 percent, you will need to create a well-defined goal. By doing so, it will aide you in having a well thought out plan of attack.
A useful way of making goals more powerful and effective is to make them SMART.
Finally, be consistent! If you haphazardly work on your goals, you will not see results. By putting in the work, and setting a SMART goal you will increase you chances of being successfully exponentially.