The New Year is here and as they say, “out with the old and end with the new." It’s very true that you should learn to improve yourself each and every day. But here’s the problem with that... It seems as though people choose to improve themselves at the start of the year and stick to New Year’s resolutions for about two weeks and go back to business as usual and in the end they find themselves not improving at all.
This is why New Year’s Resolutions are a waste of time. You’re simply not improving yourself. You’re actually following the herd and doing what everyone else does and not completing whatever task you set out to do.
The true ability in wanting to change is not choosing one time a year to do certain task you set out for yourself, but to take any objective, task, and goal you want and make that change immediately. If you want to get in shape, go to the gym immediately. If you want to go back to school, don’t wait, start immediately. The point that I’m trying to make is, if you hold off, you’ll never get to what you want and your life goals will be subjected to the first few weeks of the year every year. Starting wherever you are at the moment, truly showcases your discipline and starting anything at the moment you’re in gives you a head start before everyone else.
In conclusion, start immediately because New Year’s Resolutions are a waste of time and holding off task only shows you don’t have the discipline to start something outside of the farce of New Year’s Resolutions that people tend to fall within. Be a leader and set the tone for what it truly means to follow suit with accomplishing goals you set to complete.