Looking for a noo lease on life?
Making Noo Year’s resolutions is a great way to rejuvenate a monotonous work schedule, reboot a stale workout routine, or completely reinvent yourself for the upcoming year.
In honor of noosa® yoghurt’s Do Noo campaign, which promotes a noo-style of yoghurt, I’d like to encourage you to step outside your comfort zone and try a noo approach to achieve those resolutions in the noo year.
I’ve included a couple tips to help you achieve success and make 2016 your best year yet.
It’s real easy to lose focus of your goals if you don’t set deadlines. As a new college grad, I excelled at my job, but constantly struggled to meet personal goals outside the workplace. Over the past couples of years, I’ve found the best way to tackle a stagnant life is to 1) write down your intentions, 2) repeat them constantly, and 3) declare your goals out loud. These simple steps will keep you accountable for your actions in your daily pursuit of success and happiness.
Conquer Fear of Rejection
Reach out to someone you admire. Whether you are looking for a work-mentor, or just a new friend. Don’t be afraid to swallow your pride and ask for help. Personally, I was pleasantly surprised how eager others were to help me accomplish my goals. Don’t let ego get in the way of your future success.
These principles have been vital to my recent successes (meeting new friends, overcoming a layoff, and starting this blog) in Chicago and I think the core fundamentals are applicable to most situations. Just keep an open mind and give it a try if you are looking for something noo in life!
As a firm believer in practicing what you preach, I’ve included a condensed version of my resolutions for 2016.
- Incorporate hot yoga into my weekly workout routine.
- Actively pursue a promotion at work.
- Be more present with friends and family.
Thanks for reading! I hope you have a great holiday season and best of luck on achieving your Noo Year’s Resolutions.
This post is sponsored by noosa® yoghurt. I received complimentary products from the sponsor to facilitate this post. All opinions expressed are my own.