The year's almost half over, and many of our New Year's resolutions have already fallen by the wayside. If you have a difficult time sticking to your goals, weblog Web Worker Daily suggests success may lie in putting them online.
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This is one of the ideas we've found to be more and more true over time. The Web Worker Daily post walks through a four-step process of vetting your goals through your closest friends, keeping everyone in the loop via social sites like Twitter and Facebook, and even broadcasting outside your network to stick with your goals.
For our part, we'd suggest that the online compenent isn't necessary, but we do firmly believe that sharing your goals with friends is an excellent way to stick to goals by making those goals matter. It's not just about the added pressure of not letting down the people you've involved in this goal, but the more your talk about it, the more it becomes a part of your daily life. Head to the post for a rundown of how they suggest putting your goals online, or share your experience motivating yourself with the help of others in the comments.
Achieve Your Goals by Putting Them Online [Web Worker Daily]