Making Your New Year’s Resolutions… Stick

Looking for a different outcome this year?

It’s time for the dreaded “r” word – Resolutions!  For many people these are the same year after year – lose weight, exercise more, get out of debt, run a marathon, learn a language (or instrument), write a book, travel more – have we hit a nerve yet?

What is a person to do?  We scoured the online universe to find some of the top articles on how to accomplish your self-set goals for 2014.


Happy New Year and may you accomplish all that you set out to do!

Accomplish Any Goal by Doing Something Small, Every Day

It takes time to do anything worthwhile, but thankfully, we don’t need it all in one chunk. So this year, forget about the year as a whole. The day is the only unit of time that I can really get my head around. Building a body of work (or a life) is all about the slow accumulation of a day’s …

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If Your New Year’s Resolution Is ‘To Get More Done,’ Here’s The Best Way To Do It

Let us just say this up front, and get it out of the way: You can’t have everything. That doesn’t mean you can’t have the kind of life you want, but it does mean you can’t have everything you’ve ever dreamed of. To understand the difference, picture a department store like Target, or whichever …

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Just 8% of People Achieve Their New Year’s Resolutions. Here’s How They Do It.

English: New Year’s Resolutions postcard (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Let me guess: You want to lose weight in 2013, or maybe just eat healthier. Perhaps you want to spend less money or spend more time with your friends and family. I know I do. Self-improvement, or at least the desire for it, is a [...]

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4 Tips to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

Every January 1, likely, you make a resolution. By February 1, you may already have blown it. Let this be the year your resolution sticks. Here’s how. By Alexandra Kay Monica Buck You’ve made a New Year’s resolution? Congratulations: Research says you’re 10 times more likely to successfully alter a behavior than you would if you didn’t make a start-of-the-year vow.

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