In your quest to make resolutions for the new year, you probably have said “I need to do this”, when in reality you probably need to say “I need to stop doing this”.
- To lose weight, you need to stop eating food that’s bad for you.
- To get in better shape, you need to stop sitting on the couch.
- To sell more, you need to stop wasting time on unproductive tasks.
- To become more organized, you need to stop saving items that you don’t need.
- To save more money, you need to stop spending money on frivolous things.
- To have a better relationship with your spouse, you need to stop taking them for granted.
Stopping an action is much easier to do than starting a new action, and it will also help you accomplish your goals much faster.
One Moore Thing: What are you willing to stop doing next year to get what you want?