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A client of mine, an accomplished professional who was working with me to get to the next level, in the course of a conversation, complained to me that resolutions, especially New Year’s resolutions, never work. Every year she was making new (or often the same) resolutions, start the year with a bang, but come February, she would usually have abandoned them. So she had come to the conclusion that they don’t work, and it’s better not to make any.
She was right. It is true that the vast majority of New Year’s Resolutions fail. Not because the people who make them are not motivated or smart enough – my client was abundantly blessed with both – but because resolutions don’t work. They don’t work because: Read the rest of this entry »