Where I comment on this post (edited for brevity)
Tis the season of grandiose promises for the New Year. Naturally, January is also the pre-cursor to six weeks later when all those goals fizzle away and most of us end up back in our same old habits. Next year you’ll set similar resolutions that will be anything but resolute. Rinse and repeat.
We all want positive change and to capture to our full potential. The problem is, most of us set goals that are vague, vapid, and vulnerable. Then we wonder why they vanish with such striking consistency. There are four big danger traps that trip up those idealistic resolutions for millions each year:
1. Not linked to a greater purpose
2. Lacking specificity
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