How to Use Your Mind Power to Work on Your New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is not just about partying ‘til you drop and watching all those glamorous fireworks light up the festive night sky; it’s also a time to be thankful for the blessings you received in the past year while looking forward to bigger and better things that the New Year will bring. A recurring theme when the midnight of January 1 arrives is every person’s desire for self improvement, which is usually recognized in a list called “New Year’s Resolutions”.

Some people may find it corny to acknowledge and enumerate their mistakes in order for them to find solutions to address their issues, but listing your New Year’s resolutions is actually a good thing. Aspiring for self improvement usually helps you get better at what you do and find a certain peace with living a fruitful existence at the same time. All you have to do is find a means to make your New Year’s Resolutions work- not only for the first few weeks of the year, but for the rest of your life.

The art of using mind power is a very obvious and straight-forward way of making your New Year’s resolutions last. Acknowledging that there are still areas in your life that needs improvement is the first step toward achieving improvement. By simply setting your mind to discard your bad habits by using persuasive mindpower, you might surprise yourself at how fast you are able to adapt to your resolutions for the better.

If you are wondering how to go about your New Year’s resolutions, we recommend that you begin with the small, tiny things in your list, such as promising to wake up as soon as your alarm clock rings or keeping in mind to do the laundry exactly once a week. Going straight for big things such as getting promoted this New Year is quite hard if you don’t do anything about your tardy-knock-the-alarm-clock-off habit. This is where mind power comes in; open your mind and let yourself admit your weaknesses. Accept that your weaknesses have solutions (aka resolutions) and that you can solve these personal issues all by yourself. List your solutions down and make several handy copies that you can stick on your bed side, wallet, monitor- even a digital copy on your mobile phone would work. Use your mindpower by subconsciously conditioning your mind to these resolution mantras and you will find yourself adjusting and making these resolutions your newest habits.

All of us are looking forward to the New Year, and we at MindCafé are wishing for the best of our loyal readers. 2012 surely looks good, and with a strong mindpower and unwavering desire for self improvement, life will surely be much sweeter and greener. Happy new year everyone!

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