2020 is almost here. Do you want to get your year off to a good start? Then DON’T make a New Year’s resolution!
That’s right — by making a New Year’s resolution, you are likely setting yourself up for failure. Psychology Today reports that 80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail by February!
Making a New Year’s resolution is like making a goal. The problem is that most New Year’s resolutions fail because we set unrealistic, unachievable goals. They aren’t SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic or time-bound) goals.