Most people don’t stick to their New Year’s resolutions.
Have you noticed how crowded the gym is every January? Try comparing your January experience at the gym to your June experience. It is night and day.
Last month I could go down to the gym at any hour and use any machine without waiting. This month all of a sudden the place is hopping.
Each month for the rest of the year it will get less and less crowded until we start over next January. We see the same thing play out every year.
People set ambitious resolutions every January and then gradually drop them all over the course of the year.
There are a number of reasons for that (including failure to set good goals) but today I want to focus on one particular problem. Continue reading “Set Smaller Goals!”
My resolution for 2018 is to live a better life.
Bam. Nailed it.
But also, how do I do that?
Well for one, try adding bourbon to your normal routines. (I’m doing that now!)
That is the question (how to live a better life, not how to drink bourbon) I have spent the last month exploring, and the one that I would like to explore with you here. Continue reading “How to Live a Better Life”
45% of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions, while another 17% make them occasionally. Of those who make resolutions, only 8% successfully achieve their goals.
That’s pretty depressing.
We’re all about self-improvement around here. While I don’t usually set New Year’s resolutions, I set goals and work to build better habits all the time. With that in mind, let’s look into making better resolutions so that you can set yourself up for success.
Continue reading “How Not to Fail at Your New Year’s Resolution”