Before You Make Those New Year’s Resolutions

In a study by a Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Scranton (PA), 45 % of Americans usually make resolutions to put themselves on the right track in the New Year. Of those who make at least one New Year’s resolution, 8 % achieve their goal and 46 % continue with their resolution […]



In a study by a Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Scranton (PA), 45 % of Americans usually make resolutions to put themselves on the right track in the New Year. Of those who make at least one New Year’s resolution, 8 % achieve their goal and 46 % continue with their resolution for six months or more. The study found that people who make New Year’s resolutions are 10 times more likely to attain their goals than those who do not make resolutions. The question is, how do you get yourself into the achiever’s circle?

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