Did you make new year’s resolutions this year? Many of us do. We have good intentions. You might have made a resolution to go to the gym five days a week, eat well, make more effort with friends, get a new job, work more effectively, save more, learn a new skill, or something else.
Why do so many new year’s resolutions fail? Because often they are only wishes and aspirations. We’d love to do those things and we are not necessarily ready to make the changes. As soon as obstacles get in our way, we opt for an alternative route, a route that has forgotten that we had a resolution. Suddenly work is taking over again, the gym is forgotten or the fact that you wanted to see friends on at least two evenings a week.Read More