The start of the new year is often the perfect time to set new goals. And as the year 2021 is about to end, many of us are reflecting on our past and excitedly anticipating our future.
2022 is a glorious new year with infinite chances to improve yourself and make it the best year yet. Whether that means improving your throws, developing your game to an advanced level of play, or playing more tournaments and getting some wins.
Need some resolution ideas? Here's the list of what some disc golf players had planned for the new year.
• Develop forehand
• Practice putting
• Find more courses to play
• Play in at least one tourney
• Hit an ace
• Get more pars
• Get their distance up
• Join a league
• Play more often
• Get a practice basket
• Buy fewer but better discs
• To throw a good consistent backhand
• Do more field work
• Have more fun
• Develop power grip
Tips for Keeping Your Resolutions
• Choose the Right Resolution.
Instead of setting your goals based on what you want to achieve, set your sights rather on goals that are both "very specific and achievable."
• Limit Your Resolutions.
You might want to pursue several New Year's resolutions, but just pick one and work on that objective instead. You may want to focus your energy on one central goal for the new year, rather than spreading yourself too thin and trying to achieve multiple things.
• Eliminate Self Doubt.
Numerous studies have shown that doubt is the most major obstacle to success. People are often too scared to follow through on their resolutions in fear of failing at achieving their goals.
• Start Small.
Too much too quickly is a common reason why so many new year's resolutions fail. Overdoing it on the course or radically altering your routine are surefire ways to derail your plans. Instead, focus on taking tiny steps that will ultimately help you reach your larger goal.
• Make a Detailed Plan.
Creating a detailed plan can help you stick to your goal by providing structure, confidence, and support. Your backup strategies are necessary when you get stuck in achieving them.
It's important to have a structure in your day. Make it a habit for you to set goals for yourself, work towards them, and check how much progress you've made with regularity.
• Learn from the Past.
If you want to successfully reach your goals in the coming year, spend some time evaluating your past results. Which strategies have been most successful? Which has been the least successful? What might have prevented you from getting what you want in previous years and what are a few realizations that would apply to next year?
• Get Support.
It can be easier to stick to your new year's resolution working with a like-minded companion.
With the right process, commitment, and goal, resolution setting doesn't have to be a yearly disappointment. Choose your goals wisely and find comfort in any progress that's accomplished.