Don’t Quit On Your New Year’s Resolutions

Wed, Feb 5, 2014

Personal Growth

New Years ResolutionsHow Are Your New Year’s Resolutions Going?

According to the University of Scranton, Journal of Clinical Psychology, only about 8% of people who make a New Year’s Resolution, are successful in keeping them.   :cry:

Why Do 92% Fail To Keep Their Resolutions?

Resolutions are hard to keep because they require us to change our habits. We all tend to do things a certain way, and we do them over and over, day in and day out. 8-O   That’s why Change is Uncomfortable, and requires effort and discipline, to start do things differently than we are habitually doing.  


Here Are Some Tips On Keeping Your Resolutions:

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. Jacqueline Gates Says:

    Kellie, once again, you hit the nail on the head.

    Anyone who’s resolutions are as dim a memory as the New Year hangover needs to see this.

    Thank you for the perfect antidote to February Fizzles.


    Kellie Reply:

    Awww, thank you dear Jacqui! Just doing my best to help others do what I learned to do over the years. It has helped me so much and I feel so blessed to have learned to be an Entrepreneur when the internet wasn’t even invented yet! LOL! No distractions at all!! LOL!

    Much love & aloha my dear friend. :)


  2. Nick Says:

    This was a great motivational video Kellie.

    Visualizing the end year goals and success is so important for giving the motivation throughout the year. I think that most people don’t picture the success in great enough detail, and so they have lower belief and therefore lower “action”, which unfortunately can be critical!

    Thanks Kellie!


    Kellie Hosaka Reply:

    Aloha Nick,

    Nice to meet you! So glad you enjoyed our video, and I totally agree with you on visualizing your goals. It is very critical to success and once it becomes a habit, it does get easier. The action steps seem to get easier & then it becomes a lot of fun being productive!

    Thank you for visiting our blog!

    Much aloha :)


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