"After the holiday tradition of over-indulgence, we set out to rid our cabinets of junk food, hit the gym and start fresh, [but] some people tackle the problem too aggressively, with overly restrictive diets, or exercise regimes that they can’t commit to, and soon give up their efforts," explains Dr. John Agwunobi Chief Health and Nutrition Officer for Herbalife.He goes on to say that people are too hard on themselves and that is why most of the time they don't succeed in achieving their goals.
"Accomplishments like sending someone to the moon, inventing the iPod etcetera are the result of a goal that was set at some point. A vision that was charted and realised."The SMART methodology is a simple goal setting tool that will help you prioritize the realistic and important resolutions that you plan to undertake. This method stands for:
"If you can measure it, you can change it."Integrative wellness and life coach, Didi Wong explains that people should set smaller, more realistic goals first. Once those have been accomplished, then move onto bigger goals.
"Think about what it is that you want in life and how is it that you can achieve it by taking baby steps. If it is to lose weight, could you simply take out all sodas from your diet? If it's to get back in shape, could you go for a walk or run beginning with just once a week?
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