Nothing can be more inspiring to us than the thought of a brand new, unopened year of possibilities ahead of us. We’re able to forget about the past year and all of the indescretions, petty arguments, bad break ups, poor career choices and general maladys that plagued us. We can also celebrate the triumphs we had and hope to usher in new ones. However, you might be surprised that just 45% of us actually make resolutions for the New Year. That’s likely because around 24% never succeed or fail at their New Years resolutions. Below you’ll find 5 of the biggest culprits of resolution sabotage.
Posts tagged Overcoming
Let me ask you a question:
Did you start today deciding on one thing you were going to be aware of and work on today to make you a better person?
We all have desires and aspirations that we would like to fulfill, but are not actively taking action to make those things happen. For many of us, it is difficult to relate what we’re doing in the present to the results we would like to see in the future. However, the future is largely decided by what we do today, by the choices we make and the way we invest our time and energy.