“I think in terms of the day’s resolutions, not the year’s.”
-Henry Moore, 20th Century British Sculptor and Artist
Why do we do it?
You know what I mean. Why do we make New Year’s Resolutions, knowing darn well that as much as 90% of them are abandoned by the end of February.
Perhaps it is because a year is a pretty long time, and it’s hard to set out on a journey whose goal is so far off. It almost guarantees that obstacle and barriers will slow us down or stop us completely.
Today’s quote is like the one about eating an elephant one bite at a time, or that every journey begins with a single step. Perhaps daily resolutions are the way to achieve what we deeply desire—one day at a time.
Where and on what priority issues would making 365 daily resolutions help you make 2017 your best year yet?