How many times have you said, this year will be different? As you prepare for your New Year’s Resolutions, I thought you might enjoy knowing about them according to the University of Scranton, Journal of Clinical Psychology.
New Year’s Resolution Statistics
- Percentage of Americans who usually make New Year’s resolutions: 45%
- Percentage of Americans who never make New Year’s resolutions: 38%
- Percentage of Americans who are successful in achieving New Year’s Resolutions: 8%
- People in their 20’s who achieve the resolutions: 39%
- People over 50 who achieve their resolutions: 14%
What’s The Point
People make New Year’s Resolutions are 10 times more likely to achieve their goals than those who don’t make any resolutions. In 2013, let’s try something radical – don’t make a New Year’s Resolution!
That’s right, I said it!
Don’t make another New Year’s Resolution. Scrap the long list of goals you won’t remember 3 weeks from now any way. In 2013, let’s try something altogether different. Choose just One Word.
Why One Word?
Because that’s easy to remember all 365 days of the year. Not as easy is the choice to live it out. To let it shape your year. To allow it to shape you. But if you’ll let it, your One Word will become the filter through which you see and live your life. It will steer your decisions and guide your steps.
This One Word will sum up who you want to be or how you want to live. It will take intentionality and commitment, but if you let it, your word will shape you and your year. It will guide your decisions and help you discover the big impact One Word can make.
Join me on Sunday, January 6, 2013 (8 AM or 10:30 AM) for my new series “Living In Focus.” This series will help you discover your One Word and help you develop a strategy to live it out in 2013.
Remember, don’t make another resolution until you hear this this life-changing series!
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