Dr. Change – Your New Year’s Resolution is a resolution app that helps you create a goal, make a real plan of action (including deadlines, etc.), motivates you, and keeps you accountable to those (often forgotten) New Year’s Resolutions. Every year most of us make some sort of New Year’s resolutions in good faith, yet soon after the Times Square Ball Drops, we forget our New Year’s resolutions. Perusing the iTunes App Store before New Years, I found this cool little resolution app called Dr. Change – Your New Year’s Resolution.
The first thing this free resolution app tells you is that approximately 88% of us who make New Year’s resolutions fail to keep them. This free iPhone and iPad Lifestyle app is not overly fancy (and won’t pop popcorn), but functionally it provides a very common sense approach to helping you keep your New Year’s resolutions. You start off with a goal resolution, and then chunk it down into smaller more manageable parts, add importance factors that actually provide an emotional hook to keep you motivated, and add up to 3 people to help keep you accountable for your resolution. You’re more likely to keep your resolutions if others are involved. Once done with this part, you get a nice plan with action items, which can be shared with your chosen friends and family (to keep you accountable). It only took me about 10 minutes to thoughtfully create a solid, doable resolution plan complete with a summary report. This actually made me feel more responsible about keeping the resolution I made. My resolution this year is to learn Final Cut X Pro — a tall order indeed, but with this helpful resolution app I feel like I actually have a chance. I will let you know in about 6 months how I am doing.
If you’re serious about keeping your New Year’s resolutions, it is not too late to pick up this free resolution app, make a plan, and let Dr. Change help you make a change from being a Resolution Zero to a Resolution Hero!
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