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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 1. 2. 35% NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS Break New Years resolutions by the end of January!! 23% If you're not 100 percent committed to your goal, the odds of staying motivated are not in your favor Of Everyone who makes a resolution will see it through to completion. 1. 2. Another part of the problem is that we often make the wrong resolution (or more than one wrong resolution). Who are we kidding? It can be difficult to stay motivated even when you've chosen one well-reasoned goal. 40% percent of us blame our busy schedules for our lack of follow-through. Whether or not we keep our New Year's resolutions comes down to whether or not we give ourselves a resolution we can stick to. One of the first mistakes people make is planning too many resolutions. The fewer things your brain has to deal with, the better, and youll be able to focus all your motivation on one resolution, increasing the chances youll succeed. 3. My suggestion is that we use the new year's resolution ritual as a time of both reflection "what worked well in my life this past year?" and of values clarification. New year's resolutions are essentially goals and these can also increase a person's well-being because they force us to consider what we value most and they have to structure our time. 3. "Why Are New Year's Resolutions so Easy to Break?" HowStuffWorks. N.p., 12 Dec. 2012. Web. 08 Jan. 2016. WORKS CITED "Why Do People Make New Year's Resolutions?" HowStuffWorks. N.p., 17 Dec. 2012. Web. 08 Jan. 2016. "Top 10 Strategies For Making Your New Year's Resolution Stick." Top 10 Strategies For Making Your New Year's Resolution Stick. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Jan. 2016. http://www.details.com/story/ne w-years-resolutions-by-the-numbe rs YAY OR NAY The other 2% is people who don't know what to do as a Resolution.
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