This is the time
of year when you see many articles about New Year’s Resolutions. I’ve read a bunch
and skimmed through many more. I’ve
noticed that many seem to be very complicated.
And, some too simple. Over the
years, I’ve found that when things are too complicated,
they are much harder to complete. And,
the most common goals – eat healthier, get more exercise and save more money –
are too simple. They are missing the “how”
element, the plan.
The latest research
reveals most New Year’s resolutions are broken by February. And, one study
has pinpointed a specific date, January 12, when most resolutions fail. Wow!
some simple tips with you to help you make and keep your New Year’s Resolutions
1. If you’ve already set goals for yourself, build on those. Review and revise…
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