Resolution Failure


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It is a trend to see this trend, trend every single year – did you see what I did there? Cool right? I’m getting my new year’s vibe on. Well, moving on, the New Year’s resolution is a global trend that both you and I have grown very accustomed to. I bet you made new year’s resolutions already, what did you choose to do, do differently, or stop doing altogether this new year.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news but did you know that every New Year’s resolution has a 35% failure rate due to a number of reasons.

1. Lack of commitment

Some New Year’s resolutions are destined to fail from the outset because the party involved was carried away by the moment and enveloped in the euphoria of a new year with endless possibilities and therefore neglect the responsibility of commitment.

2. No tracking

It’s one thing to set a goal but more importantly you ought to be able to track them. The sight or feeling of progress spurs your tenacity. If you monitor your progress on your New Year’s resolution you will certainly make more progress with it.

3. Incompetent drivers

Why did you make that resolution in the first place? Whatever the reason might be, if it isn’t strong enough to continually motivate you, by the end of this month you would have forgotten that resolution.

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For your New Year’s Resolution to remain as clear and attainable as you would love it to, you need to be determined and dedicated, otherwise, when this trend shows up again at the beginning of next year, you would be jumping in on this bandwagon all over again.