Why New Year’s Resolutions Won’t Make You a Success

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I’ve written about new year’s resolutions on my blog for years. I enjoy writing about setting goals and ways to reach your new year’s resolutions more than I should.

It’s also what my readers (that’s you!) want to read. My blog traffic increases around this time of year with greater interest in my blog posts about new year’s resolutions.

After January 15? Not so much.

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The Real Reason Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail

The Real Reason Why New Years Resolutions Fail
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I’ve been a big fan of writing New Year’s resolutions for many years. Every late December, I dedicate a blog post to the annual ritual of our society. And I have so many now that I could create an eBook about creating and sticking to New Year’s resolutions.

So, if you’re 100% committed to the New Year’s resolution challenge, start here.

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Why January is the Worst Month for Writing New Year’s Resolutions

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I’m not a hater of writing new year’s resolutions. In fact, I’ve blogged about how to create and keep resolutions herehere, herehere, and also here.

But there’s one thing we all get wrong when it comes to writing new year’s resolutions: When we decide to write them.

Of course we write new year’s resolutions on New Year’s Eve. It’s as traditional as staying up past midnight, watching the ball drop and popping a bottle of champagne.

But just because everyone does it on Dec 31 or during the first week of January doesn’t mean it’s the best time to do it.

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