Most resolutions have a similar trajectory: kick off the first week of January and fade away in February. That's because most resolutions also have a similar foundation: They start with a "should."
Many of us set resolutions that we think we should. We should lose weight. We should diet. We should make more money. We should have a super clean, clutter-free home. We should strive for wanting less — or wanting more.
So it's understandable why most resolutions stay unresolved. But by shifting how you view, and act, on resolutions and act on them, you can set goals that genuinely nourish you and contribute value to your life.
Below, two experts share eight suggestions for setting authentic and achievable resolutions.