Values play a very important role in the construction of a person's personality and way of life. Making the choice of values can be a complex process that involves several factors such as age, social context, support network and one's own level of internal knowledge. In addition, values can change with life circumstances.
It is important that as a student you begin to recognize what values resonate with you and your ideals, in order to direct your actions to be built in coherence with your way of living.
One of the crucial times to create new goals is usually at the end of one year or the beginning of the next, with the intention of adopting habits that will lead you to be a better version of yourself.
There are 3 powerful reasons to write New Year's resolutions: momentum, priority, and direction. Firstly, it gives momentum; writing down the goals or objectives for a new year becomes an excellent motivator to achieve personal growth and integral wellbeing. Secondly, prioritizing allows you to focus on those tasks that are most relevant to meet the goals and achieve the desired objectives. Finally, in terms of direction, setting new New Year's resolutions allows you to make an analysis of where you are in all your dimensions, in order to define new objectives.
In other words, analyzing your personal values and then writing down your goals can drive you to pursue your desired achievements, while at the same time having a positive impact on your overall wellbeing.