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Sticking to Your New Year's Resolutions This Year

By BounceBack Staff

If you're like most people, which according to FranklinCovey Products' Annual New Year's Resolutions Survey is about 75% of people, you find yourself breaking your goals within 3 months. Make this year different. We believe you can achieve success - and here are some tips on how you can:  1. Revisit your goals to make sure they are realistic: Set goals that ar...

 
 
 

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  • bday goals

    • 25 Jan 2010
    • Posted by angieb

    I like the idea of goats - but for some reason, I never find January to be a very motivating month. And everyone's making these goals and changes, and it doesn't feel like a natural time in my life to start preppi...

  • Or...However you Capture Info

    Great advice BounceBack! And – Even if you're more of a Mac person than a Franklin Covey kinda person, this can still work for you...Create a list of "to-do's" or goals in your ical, or as a note th...

  • this year i will...

    Every January i write a list titled 'this year i will _____' and i fill in the blank with the things i want to improve on, start doing or stop doing. The only rule is that they have to be actionable and reasonable. ...

  • Already Broken two

    I try every year to quit smoking and I have already broken my resolution. It makes me so mad at myself and i know it's terrible for me. I need to write a plan like you say.

     
  • Great article!

    • 21 Jan 2010
    • Posted by beck17

    Actually writing your goals down is a great tip. I wrote them down earlier this week and have it taped on my mirror so I see it every morning and every night. By having seeing them twice a day it has helped me keep ...

  • Revising my goals

    I just read this article and y'all are so right! I made all these big goals for 2010, and while I know I can get there, I didn't really have a plan or realistic milestones with everything else I have going on in my ...