Which best describes your approach to new year’s resolutions?
1. I’m a master – I set the challenge and follow through knowing it’s an excellent way to create change
2. I usually fall off the wagon around 3 January
3. Who are you kidding, I couldn’t even be bothered setting one
4. I waiver between all of the above. Depends on the resolution
Like it or not, the new year is a milestone, a time when the dialogue is about taking time to reflect, and dream up the future. Like ’em, hate ’em, new year’s resolutions are part of that conversation.
And why not start the new year with a clean slate? The opportunity to start something new.
If you want to get more serious about your New Year’s challenge I’d like to invite you on a fun journey, with a like minded community who will support you as you move through the first 31 days of the new year. It’s free, it’s fun AND we’re working with our friends at Promise or Pay to add a little more rigor and community benefit to the challenge (check it out here).
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