Sticking With It

Sticking With It

By D+P Team

Holy cow, it’s 2016. Time to get realistic about my New Year’s resolution.

Like the rest of the world, I resolve to change something about my life for the better every January. Sometimes my resolutions stick [joining a CrossFit gym, sleeping more list of resolutions on blackboard with three blank, numbered sticky notesand cooking the majority of my meals], and sometimes they don’t [learning how to
pair my remote control to my TV, getting my cat to lose weight, socializing], but what I love about the New Year is the globally-shared hope that life can always improve. In fact, “Enjoy life to the fullest” was Time’s most popular resolution for 2016.

I think that anyone can stick to their resolution – personal or professional – if they follow some of these easy tricks we’ve curated for you from around the internet:

Publicize it

Announcing a goal publicly makes it easier to meet, because no one likes to bear the silent shame of their entire office knowing they’ve failed to avoid the candy vending machine. So, if you want to stick to a goal, tell people.

Inspire Those around You

At D+P, we pride ourselves on working as a team to get out-of-the-park results for our clients. But we apply that same camaraderie to other resolutions, like running the Broad Street Run or Philly Half Marathon together. Having a group of people working toward the same goal makes it easier to achieve your own!

Ask For Help

No one’s perfect! And, sometimes to reach your professional goal you need help from an outside source. That’s where we come in. If you’ve resolved to take your brand to the next level, want to communicate your story effectively and succinctly, would like to learn about our new content management model, generate incredible media coverage for your brand or just learn how to Tweet, we can help. Shoot us an email at to learn more about how we can help your brand through public relations, issues management and digital communications.

D+P Team

D+P Team

We are Devine + Partners, communications and content experts who specialize in public relations, issues management and content creation.