Tag: change


Want to set goals you’ll actually achieve?

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4th January

What are your goals for the next 12 months? Maybe you want to lose weight, eat more healthily or quit a bad habit. Perhaps you want to socialise more – or socialise less and study more.

A study published in the Journal of Consumer Research suggests a new way of setting goals. Suppose you want to lose weight. You could either set yourself a specific goal (e.g. “lose 10 pounds”) … Read more


Want to change anything about yourself or your life?

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14th February

I wrote in an earlier blog post about the single most important thing you could do when it comes to trying to change or improve your life.

If you’re interested, this is a short (3 minutes, 36 seconds) video clip from when I was invited onto the BBC ‘Breakfast’ television show to talk about change – and to discuss my book You Can Change Your Life.

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When it comes to changing your life, what’s the single most important thing you can do?

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31st December

Did you know that people who write down their goals are generally twice as likely to achieve them as people who simply have good intentions?

Every year, millions of people try to change their lives. Many want to lose weight or get fitter. Some want to improve their relationships. Others want to learn new skills, get promoted or change jobs. Whatever you might be hoping to change or improve in … Read more