A Psychologist’s Best Resources to Help You Crush Your New Year’s Resolutions
Instead of a long, rambling article about how to approach the “New Year, New Me” season, here’s a list of my top resources around building better habits, improving your performance, and developing worthwhile goals.
As a Clinical Psychologist and Executive Coach, I’ve used these strategies to help my clients achieve incredible results over the years.
So pick the ones that seem most interesting, and dive in.
Leverage classical conditioning to improve your performance:
Instead of going “cold turkey” or relying on willpower, use the Lazy Way to cut out sugar:
Clarify your core value, to put your ideal life into focus and create worthwhile goals:
How to create specific, measurable goals to set yourself up for success:
How to improve your sleep using evidence-based psychology:
A deep dive into the evidence on mindfulness, and practical strategies to add it into your day:
If you want a few simple strategies to improve your mental health, start here:
If you want to practice better self-care, here’s a handy resource:
If you want to write, but are afraid to start, this article is for you:
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How to improve your writing, and yourself, every single day
This is all I’ve got for you for now.
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