Are you like most people, including me, using the end of the year to review the past year and make some commitments for the new year?
When I look back to years where I made big decisions, like finding a new job, building a new house, those years were usually quite successful, because these big changes required a plan to start with.
However, looking back at times, where I was unhappy with the way I looked, the way I felt, the lack of exercise in my daily life, I made some random New Year’s Resolutions e.g.: Come the New Year, I will lose weight, exercise more and will generally be healthier and happier. – Yeah! Right! – Guess what – by the end of the new year nothing had changed. – I know that I wasn’t alone. According to statistics 80 % of New Year’s Resolutions fail by February!