Three days into the New Year — how are your resolutions keeping up?
For the 40 percent of you who made the resolutions here is some good news: studies show if you stick with the new activity for a full month, chances are it will become a habit. To increase your chances of success, researchers suggest that you use a piggybacking strategy. In other words, use another activity that you do regularly; and “piggyback” the new activity with it. It would increase its chances if you pair it with an activity you already enjoy doing.
Whether is a garden-variety resolution, or a major change you need to make, your success depends, in a big part, on how you approach it.
“One cannot manage change. One can only be ahead of it.”
Peter Drucker, the management guru, says that in times of rapid structural changes, only the Change Leaders will survive.
What is the best way to approach change?
Drucker said the best way to tackle change is to look at it as an opportunity.
Going into a New Year, as a Change Leader you need to starve the problems and feed the opportunities.
And watch your thoughts, words, and actions. Success is built one small step at the time.
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