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Let’s be honest: most of us fail when it comes to sticking to resolutions – so much so that many people swear never to make resolutions again.

And yet a large percent of us are eternally hopeful when the New Years come around, believing without any doubts that we can improve our lives, that change is possible, that we’re not going to be stuck in the same old groove again this year.

I’m here to tell you that you can do it. It’s possible. But on the flip-side, and from my own personal experience – New Year’s Resolutions usually fail because of a couple of reasons:

  • We try to do too many resolutions at once, and that spreads our focus and energies too thin.
  • Life gets in the way. Things come up unexpectedly that get in the way of us sticking with a habit.

While I love the hopefulness of New Year’s Resolutions, unfortunately, the enthusiasm and hope often become lighter within weeks, and our efforts at self improvement come to a whimpering end.

So how can you make sure you your Resolutions?

I believe if you truly want to make it easier and more enjoyable to keep your New Year’s Resolutions, start by focusing on one habit change at a time, and most importantly – start out really, really easily, so it isn’t intimidating.

How do you make sure you keep your Resolutions? Let’s hear them it in the comments.

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