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Do New Year's Resolutions set us up for failure?


Everyone makes them, but it seems most don't keep them. It's like they are, by design, not taken all that seriously? Do we set ourselves up for failure by setting unrealistic or too lofty of goals at the beginning of the year? Would resolutions be more successful if they were smaller in scope?

 

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    Christin Sander (ChristinS) 3 years ago

    Excellent tips and ideas! I plan to develop 12 new habits this year instead of focusing on one goal.

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Do New Year's Resolutions Set Us Up For Failure?

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