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5 Tips to Help You Achieve Your New Year's Resolution

by Community Manager ‎30-12-2020 11:33 PM - edited ‎30-12-2020 11:35 PM


Still thinking of what goals to set for the new year? Listing it out might be easy, but we know, achieving them is a different story. So here are some tips to determine your resolutions and make sure that you reach your goals!


1. Set achievable and measurable goals


Be specific and set a measurement to your goals. Don’t keep it generic as you’ll have trouble determining what needs to be done.  For example, if you wish to live a healthy lifestyle and lose weight, set a fixed number! Telling yourself that you want to lose 5kg sets you with a definite target to work towards!


2. Plan it out


Planning to redecorate your room? Or are you waiting to get your hands on the Playstation 5? Or maybe you’ve finally decided to upgrade your old phone to the iPhone 12 and just don’t know where to start.


That’s where planning it out comes in! After the first step, which is knowing what you want exactly, plan your journey. Start with marking on a calendar, or be time-specific when setting aside budgets or goals. It keeps you disciplined and slowly but surely, you’ll get where you want to be.

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3. Get an accountability partner

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The journey to achieving our new year’s resolution can become a little foggy or can sometimes also feel a little lonely. To help keep yourself motivated and goals in sight, you can talk to your family, besties or somebody you trust to help keep you accountable. These are the people who will consistently check-up on you and keep you motivated to keep pushing towards the goal! It also makes the journey feel more fun. Bonus: it works both ways so you can keep your accountability partner in check too!


4. Be adventurous about it


Have you ever planned to spend more time with your family and ended up just sitting down with them in front of the television most of the time? For most people, that might be the case and it can sound a little dull or unproductive.


With your goals in mind, explore all the different things you can do to achieve them to spice things up! Plan to spend more time with family? Plan a fun daily workout session or a game night. Planning to eat healthier? Explore all the different options and recipes online instead of just eating a salad.


By being adventurous and exploring new methods, you can motivate yourself by creating something to look forward to and also create new memories to be shared along the way. There are always different sources of inspiration that can be discovered with a little thought (and maybe some Googling).


5. Reward yourself


At the end of the day, it's also important to remember to affirm and treat yourself to a reward for staying dedicated. Now that you’ve achieved it, treat yourself!


Just to be clear, we’re not saying you should indulge in the many irresistible treats you can find in Malaysia after you’ve lost your first 2 kilos, but treat yourself to something you like but remember to keep it all in moderation!

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by Valued Contributor
on ‎31-12-2020 10:42 AM

good to hear


but first thing digi failure is FAILED TO PLAN

I been hearing network planning for upgrade in the work. but this is the same answer i hear for past 3 years, worse i suffer this year due to WFH.


when we suffer, whose accoutablity? apparently, digi is not taking its own responsibility and accountablity seriously, by just closing the case if we raise, and ask us to be patiently waited. 

your poor network and call quality, and discrimination on phone model for volte will get worse in 2021 when 3g is shut down.

all these is part of of life, affect us in reality and real life.  Digi expects us to pay, but we pay for something cannot use adequately. 


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