Best-selling author, Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project, makes a really good point: that you create your own happiness- beginning with a resolution.
The “Resolution” tool allows an individual to “commit to a resolution and track your progress.” Indicated as the most important tool in the toolbox, the tool allows for concrete, measurable actions that encourage you to write a resolution, inherently cementing the personal proposition, and leaving little room of wilt without intention. Frequently reviewing resolutions allows easy visibility of goals and scoring creates a feedback to take responsibility for.
For example- “Have fun” as a resolution can translate to “Rent a movie once a week” for a tangible means of holding yourself accountable of having more fun. Allowing your resolution page to become accountable incites an encouraging board of inspiration for other viewers as well.
The video above sets you on the path to more resolution-making…and a start to a happy finish. This week on the agenda for resolutions? Check out Gretchen Rubin’s “Want to clear clutter? Follow the one-minute rule.”