Why do most people fail at keeping their resolutions?
Did you take down the Christmas decorations yet? Santa Jesse Meester is here to help. ;)
We’re halfway January now, most people will have abandoned their Christmas decorations, but also their New Years resolutions, and revert to old habits.
Ask yourself, why wait for another year to make a commitment you will not keep?
Why are you constantly breaking a promise that you make to yourself?
What are the consequences of you lacking the discipline to attain your goals?
Firstly, set your intentions straight, and make a commitment to stick with the plan to reach the goals you set out to accomplish this year!
The euphoria of a new year will wear out fast and most people lose their motivation once this happens. Change starts to happen when people take action, and the best time to take action is now, not on some glorified date on the calendar.
New year’s resolutions have procrastination built into them. After all, setting a January 1st date to implement changes implies that we will only begin to make changes once that date arrives rather than doing it now, and there is no logic in that. We treat the new year as if it holds some magical powers that will facilitate the changes we want to make and, clearly, this is not true. There is nothing special about January 1st other than, perhaps, being the biggest hangover day of the year for most. The euphoria of a new year will wear out fast and most people lose their motivation once this happens. Change starts to happen when people take action, and the best time to take action is now, not on some glorified date on the calendar.
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