The Huffington Post:
Statistically speaking, new year’s resolutions are a losing game. A whopping 92 percent of people who set resolutions don’t succeed, according to University of Scranton research.
Still, that doesn’t mean that the start of a new year isn’t a good time to commit to working towards any goals or self-improvement projects that you’ve put on the back burner.
Succeeding with your resolutions may simply be a matter of being smarter about them. If you are going to set some goals this year, maximize your chances of success by following some tried-and-true, science-backed guidelines.
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