New year resolutions aren't made to be broken and these entrepreneurs who have stayed the course and set more intentions share their tips
Most founders and creators who have set intentions for the year ahead track their progress on a weekly basis.
We all know that a new year is simply a line drawn for convenience to demarcate time. The “new" simply ticks on in continuation and change has little to do with flipping our calendars to January. Despite this, we make resolutions for improvement, and unfortunately, as studies tell us, almost 80% of new year resolutions fail within the first two weeks of January. But do take heart—there are those who have kept up with resolutions. They share they ways in which they are working to keep their new year resolutions. Experts from various fields, who are no stranger to discipline, hard work, talent and consistency, share the intentions they’ve started pursuing in 2023.
Kavita Khosa, founder, Purearth
Ayurveda prescribes habits, daily rituals that give you a sense of direction, and this year, I have started doing Ayurveda rituals in a more way. I’ve started the Ritucharya (seasonal practices) and Dinacharya (daily practices). I have set time for myself in the morning and evening to go through my daily Ayurvedic practices. On the professional front, I am keen to dive deeper into unani medicine and Ayurvedic pharmacognosy, especially of rare Himalayan plants, and have started planning research projects.