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New Year's Resolutions

New Year's resolutions are often considered to be one of the best ways to promote productivity. Cliche examples of resolutions include "I'll go to the gym five days a week" or, better yet, "I'll finish writing four books this year!" (The second example is obviously hyperbole. If you're writing that much in a year, you're either a professional writer or insane.) However, the other cliche about New Year resolutions is that they're never kept. Ever. So why are we calling 2020 a fresh start if we're all just headed back where we came from?

2020 deserves to be recognized as a milestone year. Fresh starts require goals, and goals are useless if they aren't met. Here are seven helpful tips to help you meet your goals, regardless of whether you're celebrating 2020 or just trying to finish that novel.

1. Set realistic goals.

Writing four full-length novels in a year probably isn't realistic goal. It doesn't matter what's realis…

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