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So we’re just a few weeks into a brand new year, and you may already be watching your best intentions go up in flames.
If you know the feeling, you’re not alone. Over 80% (some studies say up to 92%) of New Year’s resolutions fail.
I mean, you try, but it seem so difficult to actually make progress in life and leadership. And before you know it, this year feels exactly like last year. Except maybe worse, because you’re actually busier than you were before.
You’re behind at work.
You’re back to eating pizza.
Calendar - Control
Your calendar is already out of control.
You missed the gym twice last week.
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You promised you wouldn’t bring work home but you didn’t tucked your kids into bed more than twice last week.
You’re no further ahead on those big projects either.
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And, you’re wondering how you’re going to get it all done and not sacrifice your family or your health.
What’s going on?
Here’s the reality.
This year will be exactly the same as last year, unless you change more than your intention.
I’d love to show you how.
It would be great to crush your New Year’s resolutions not once, wouldn’t it? And maybe develop a system for repeating that year after year.
Reasons - People - Year - Resolutions - Help
Here are 7 reasons most people fail at their new year’s resolutions, and some practical help on how to reverse that.
Believe it or not, you have a system. Even if you can’t name it, describe it or identify it you do.
Adage - System - Results - System
As the adage goes, your current system is perfectly designed to give you the results you’re getting. And let’s get really honest: if you can’t name your system or describe it, it’s probably a bad one.
If you look at highly effective leaders, you’ll realize they have also system. It’s an intentional system. They design it. They tweak it. They understand it. And they’re constantly changing...
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"It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into"--Jonathan Swift