New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s resolutions get a bad rap, but, if done well, they’re simply an opportunity to plan your goals for the upcoming year. Matt shares his 2024 New Year’s resolutions with you.

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New Year’s Resolutions Done Well

New Year’s resolutions have really been dismissed in recent decades, likely because of the high failure rate they have (especially when you consider fitness or health goals).

It’s true, New Year’s resolutions can be done poorly. If this is the only time of year you make big, bold goals and you find yourself never having achieved them, you may need to reevaluate how you create and pursue goals.

If, however, your built more like Matt, it’s simply a way to make goals for the upcoming year. It takes advantage of the down time during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.

It also makes sense because it simply follows the natural calendar year. You should have goals you’re pursuing. You should be improving yourself. Having an annual time where you evaluate the past year and make goals for the upcoming year is not foolish.

Matt’s New Year’s Resolutions

Matt ultimately broke his goals up into 5 categories, with over 20 goals. His categories are listed below:

  • physical
  • business
  • material
  • spiritual
  • family

You might have different or fewer categories. That’s okay.

Some of Matt’s physical goals include reaching a 225 pound bodyweight and 35-inch waist. He wants to complete 250 workouts in 2024 and track macros every day in 2024. Having at least 80% of meals be homecooked and reducing alcohol consumption by 90% are also included.

For business, there are some big projects he would like to include, such as a Series A funding round, a book deal with Forbes, and a couple TV shows.

In the realm of spiritual goals, he wants to hit 0 debt (including mortgage), make some home renovations, and go to Europe.

His spiritual goals include reading the entire Bible and preaching 10 times.

Lastly, his family goals include having a date night once per week with wife (barring travel) and have bi-monthly daddy-daughter dates with his youngest daughter.

Your New Year’s Resolutions might be different. But, if you’re someone who makes goals and accomplishes them, don’t be afraid of New Year’s Resolutions.




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