Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail.
by Sean Croxton
How’d it go?
Around this time last year, you were likely mentally preparing yourself for the big day.
You know, the day when you’d turn over a new leaf and set forth on a journey to achieve the body, finances, and life you know you deserve.
So again, how did it go?
My hope is that you have used these past 354 days to become the healthiest, wealthiest, and most adventurous version of yourself — that your leaf has remained turned over.
But that’s not always the case.
According to staticbrain.com, only 8-percent of us actually succeed in achieving our resolutions for the new year.
When I see a statistic like that, my brain starts pondering what those 8-percent are doing that the other 92-percent are not.
In my experience, I find that successful goal-setters are those who set goals that are in alignment with what they value in life.