Every year millions of people make New Year\u0092s Resolutions on January 1st. By the 15th they are already finding themselves snacking on chocolate between meals, not making time to exercise for the fourth day in a row and they still haven\u0092t found the time to organize their finances. Why is it that our resolutions seldom make it into February? This year I want you to try something new where your resolutions are concerned. Recommit to them every month. Rather than making a resolution for the entire year and then forgetting about it, revisit it again each and every month. This way even if you fall off the wagon in January you\u0092ve got another shower chair factory opportunity to resolve it all over again in February.Making resolutions and seeing results from them are an important way to make your life flourish.Goal settingat the beginning of the year enables you to keep your life andyour career movingforward. There are several ways to make sure you stick to your resolutions. The first is to take the time to write them down. Saying you are going to do something is easy. Talk is cheap, especially if you have a glass of expensive champagne in one hand. Committing to resolutionsby writing them down is an important step to solidifying them in your mind. Next write down why you are making the resolution. Are you resolving to get your finances in order because you want to buy a house? Are you resolving to exercise and eat right because you want to make sure that you live a long and healthy life and can play with your grandchildren when you are 90? Or is it that you want to be able to walk down the beach in a string bikini and feel fabulous? What ever your motivations are, they are what makes this resolution important to you. You\u0092ll find that if you can get enough why\u0092s behind your resolution, the how\u0092s will come naturally and easily. Third, make sure that your resolutions are reasonable. You will not loose 20 pounds in two weeks or be able to run 15 miles your first time off the couch. You do have enormous potential within you, but in order to fulfill it, you need to take it one step at a time. Be reasonable and commit to each day doing just to a little better than you did the day before. So, make them realistic given the person you are today and the person you think it is really possible for you to become.