The year has already kicked in. And self-driven and progressive individuals have already laid down solid foundations by listing their single or multiple resolutions for 2020.
Only this way they would be assured of achieving their set goals by year-end.
While the number of yearly resolutions you can have shouldn’t be a matter of concern – sticking to the resolutions is.
You would like to believe that many successful people in the corporate and entrepreneurial worlds made resolutions as an annual target plan! So do not be left behind, if you have made a resolution to upgrade your education this year, now is the time to enroll with Botho University Distance Learning Programme, where you can graduate with an accredited qualification.
During this early part of the year, perfect timing is to resolve to embark on a new academic challenge with BU.
BU avails a wide range of courses and our 6-month fee installment plan makes us one of the most learner-friendly and competitive distance learning providers in Africa.
Studies have shown that keeping a New Year’s Resolution is not as easy as some would like to believe. They show an unimpressive 1 in every 5 people managing to finally see their resolutions through.
Yes, you set the goals and the will is there in the beginning, but the energy somehow dissipates gradually or the focus disintegrates as days pass by.
Despite this depressing statistic, the bright side is that there are several tips to sticking to a New Year’s Resolution.
Below are some of the tips:
1. Track your progress
2. Regularly talk about it (the resolution)
3. Outline the plan you want to accomplish
4. Be realistic by way of making your goal reachable.
Making a new year’s resolution to do with accomplishing a study programme would be a great step in your life. It, however, calls for discipline and commitment to achieve it.
Once you have made studying your new year’s resolution, check out Botho University’s various accredited programmes here: http://bit.ly/OnlineUniversityBotho �