Why Some People Almost Always Reach Their New Year’s Resolutions

Aloha,

 

The University of Scranton posted a fascinating study about New Year’s Resolutions that said only 19% of resolution-makers actually achieve their goals.

 

That means 81% of people who set New Year’s Resolutions fail to reach their goals.

 

Ouch!

 

You may be wondering what is different about this 19%?

 

That’s exactly what I cover in my recent Huffington Post blog. Click the link below to learn how you can achieve your New Year’s Resolutions:

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/matthew-b-james-phd/new-years-resolutions_b_4505012.html

 

Wishing you a happy and successful New Year!

 

Mahalo,
Dr. Matt

Comments

  1. Excellent post and the timing is perfect. I have reviewed my goals and resolutions for 2013 and had an amazing learning on how the unconscious really controls the outcome as the “goal getter”. It is a long story and I guess I will share it with you when you come Downunder in February. Well it is time to celebrate my achievements and enjoy the motivation I now have for setting up my awesome goals and resolutions for 201. Wishing you and your family all the best for the new year. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and wisdom. HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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