You’re not alone…
More than 90% of New Year’s Resolutions end in failure.
Think about that: You have less than a 1 in 10 chance of success — a lottery ticket might be a safer investment than another resolution this year.
The truth is stamping the New Year’s Resolution label on another lofty goal is the equivalent to giving that goal an immediate death sentence.
By transforming your goal into a resolution, you’re handing it a one-way ticket to the graveyard with your New Year’s Resolutions of yesteryear (#RIP).
If your resolution is somehow still intact come March, that’s some serious overachieving: 80% of resolutions are already out the window by the second week of February.
And if you’re doing the math, that means less than half of the 20% of resolutions still barely hanging on in February will be donezo well before the year ends…
I know I’m coming off as negative (and as a total numbers nerd), but my...
‘Tis the season for New Year’s Resolutions...
Excuse me as I let out an excruciatingly long sigh.
Raise your hand if you’re sick of hearing “new year, new me.”
This annual effort to become better is bogus. It’s an excuse to wait on implementing life-changing habits and extend the holiday hangover.
So, let’s analyze the process and find out what you should do instead of creating another New Year’s Resolution.
You dropped the ball in the past, but this year is going to be different — no thanks to another New Year’s Resolution.
It’s time to make real goals, set actionable plans, and kick the crap out of the new year.
Keep reading and I’ll show you how...
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