Consider this: Only 8 percent of the population will achieve their New Year’s resolution.
So why do we keep writing resolutions year after year expecting different results, despite the high failure rates? Sounds more like Einstein's definition of insanity.
Most of us fail to achieve our resolutions because unless we establish a clear and precise picture of who we want to be and what we want to do or have, it will never come to pass. You’ll keep on drifting aimlessly in your self-fulfilling prophecy, settling for who you see you are instead of believing in who you can become, never realizing your full potential and eventually giving up on your resolutions before you reach the finish line.
by Pazit Perez, read more in www.success.com