One of the biggest points of failure in New Year’s resolutions is a lack of scaffolding. If you want to ensure lasting and positive change you have to structure the change in a manageable and reasonable way.
This year, 2010 — it’s the year you will not let bills pile up and junk mail overrun your desk. Grab some fabric, borrow a sewing machine, and craft a mail organiser for a door or wall in your house.
It’s a new year, and lot of us are doing our best to put together achievable goals and resolutions. Programmer and productivity blogger Jonathan Tran reminds us that often bold change is a better recipe for success than small habit adjustments.