Did you know that approximately 87% of New Year’s Resolutions fail?
At the end of each year, most people get pumped up and motivated to make a change. Some commit to losing weight, some commit to making more money, or eating healthily, or to stop smoking. The list is endless.
But why is it that come February, most of those resolutions fall by the wayside?
In this episode of the Rock Your Money, Rock Your Life podcast, I talk about the 3 things that are missing in
people’s lives when they fail at their New Year’s Resolutions, why we lose confidence and begin doubting ourselves, and the other (not covid-19) disease that is currently plaguing us.
“One person with one perspective is rigid in their thoughts. They see the world in one way. They see it as either working or not working, they see it as being good or bad, or they believe that things will get better or worse.” – Rock Thomas
“If it’s vague, if you’re not sharing it, if you’re not declaring it, then there’s a high probability that you are going to be a statistic and that the new year’s resolution will not come through.” – Rock Thomas