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Setting new year resolutions isn’t much fun unless you keep them. Plus, they’ve proven to be ineffective for most people. David shares what he does instead of setting resolutions and how this can work for you.
So, what do you do around the new year? Do you come up with a new year’s resolution? Do you set some new goals? Do you come up with a plan for their achievement? Maybe like some people you don’t change anything or celebrate anything until important life events have occurred. There’s really no right or wrong way as long as whatever you’re doing is working for you.
Something that I’ve gotten in the habit of doing is setting three words for the year. Got this idea from author Chris Brogan and I prefer this to setting new year’s resolutions and every year’s a bit of an adventure.
If you’d like to hear me talk more about this, I shared about it on The New Music Industry Podcast. So, go to MusicEntrepreneurHQ.com/177 to hear me talk about my three words from last year, 2019, and my three words for this year – 2020.
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