The joy of dedication turns resolutions into commitments. It focuses the whole of your attention on your aim, giving moxie to your declaration. Your word can mean something, but it only happens with your cooperation. When you make a mission out of your commitment to fulfill on your resolution, you integrate all of the parts of you — body, mind and spirit — and with that power, nothing can stop you. You stand straight, in a state of confident expectation, regardless of any challenge that confronts you.
A feeling of self-confidence is well worth the effort it takes to achieve your resolution. So prepare now; get started ahead of time. I won’t say “good luck” because you don’t need luck; you need commitment. Here are five tips on how to bring commitment to your New Year’s Resolution.