Developing your SMART plan
In lieu of making resolutions that fail as you did not create a plan of action to achieve them, develop a SMART plan which may be used for your personal goals, business and may even for your wedding planning.
Specific -Be precise about what you expect to achieve.
Measurable – Include amounts, times, days and other milestones for gauging success
Achievable – Be reasonable; is your plan attainable given what is presently happening in your life?
Relevant – Be sure your plan is meaningful/important to you.
Trackable – Record your progress regularly to measure your achievements.