It’s that time of year again … when every goal you’ve imagined for your practice seems possible, and every problem seems fixable. So you make that long list of resolutions, but, by week two, you’re already overwhelmed and discouraged. After all, there was a reason you didn’t fix all those problems or implement all those big ideas last year: it was too much to do all at once.
Before you get discouraged, start again. And this time, pick just ONE thing. Focus on that, and you can tackle it. And once that one item is conquered, you can then move onto the next.
For more on this approach, visit this article from Harvard Business Review.
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