What you do WHEN you break your New Year’s Resolutions

According to a LOT of research, 88% of Americans fail to complete their New Year’s Resolutions. Most of them quit yesterday. Are you one of them?

I know I’m not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I didn’t like the sound of following a consistently failing model. So, I stopped setting New Year’s resolutions for three reasons:

1.) I don’t know if I’ll want the same goals in three months
2.) If everyone is failing, it might not be a good idea
3.) I don’t like to fail

I’m not going to waste your time telling you WHY your New Year’s resolutions failed, hundreds of other blogs like Inc., I will Teach you to be Rich, and Life Hack have prophesied doom for decades.

We’re going to focus on the Good News. Failing your New Year’s resolutions is actually a step in the right direction. It’s time to leave this popular yet flawed model behind (Just a thought: If it’s popular, take a second look) and embrace something that is actually going to burn that fat, increase your good relationships, eliminate negativity, and keep a constant supply of vinegar chips in your pantry.

Enter, The 90-Day Challenge.

Instead of gazing wistfully into the next year with foggy hopes of somehow being better when 2016 rolls around…let’s set some clear, concrete specifics that are going to guarantee success.

To learn what worked for me, click here.

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