2016 is on the horizon and with it comes the opportunity to shake off the previous year’s disappointments and the promise of a fresh start. About 45% of us will make New Year’s resolutions in anticipation of a clean slate. Unfortunately, the reality is only 8% of us will achieve them. Sad but true.
There are numerous reasons people don’t stick to their goals, but here at Workbox, we are less interested in why people fail to achieve their goals and more interested in how to help people succeed. They say it only takes a spark to get a fire going. We believe it only requires one positive change to multiply positive reactions. You see, when you take the first step and make a change, it creates momentum and leads to another. This principle is often referred to as a chain reaction, but we like to call it a change reaction.
Make at least one of these changes in 2016 to jumpstart your results in the New Year:
Focus on One Goal
Vow to make one goal at a time and stick to it. You are more likely to succeed by focusing on one manageable goal at a time and less likely to get overwhelmed. Remember, just one positive change can make all the difference.
Celebrate Every Success
Don’t wait until the end of the year to acknowledge your achievements. Celebrate every success, no matter how big or small. Recognizing how far you’ve come every step of the way will keep you motivated in the long run.
Find an Accountability Partner
An accountability partner is someone who checks in to see how you’re doing along the way. Our Workbox recruiters can help. They are dedicated to your success and won’t quit until the job is done. We want to help you find the right job that matches your skills and schedule.
Finding a job that sets you up for success is a great way to start a change reaction for yourself in 2016 and our Workbox Staffing team is ready to make it happen. We are about so much more than simply helping people get a job; we’re about empowering people to make a positive change. Contact us today.
We want you to have your best year yet! Now it is your turn. What will your change reaction look like in 2016?