The virtue of resolution, as defined by Benjamim Franklin, is resolving to “perform what you ought and performing without fail what you resolve.” In other words, we are to act and do things in accordance with our values and beliefs. And once we decide to do something, and commit ourselves to doing it, we are to finish what we started, without failure.
Franklin's theory on the virtue resolution was that once it became habitual, he would remain firm in obtaining all his other virtues. This can also be applied particulary to work and education. Once we make resolution a habit in our lives, we will have more success in attaining our goals whether they are work related or personal.
Nowadays, there actually exists a specific day that people make resolutions to follow all year long. That day is January first, New Year's Day. On this particular day, it is common to set goals and make the resolution to use habit and commitment to achieve those goals by the end of the year.
Resolution is important in all aspects of our lives, especially when making goals. If we have determination, we will have the force to accomplish all of our goals.
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