It’s that time of year again, when we take stock of the year that’s now behind us and make goals and resolutions for the one ahead. And, as many people know well, around 30 days later is when we’ll break those resolutions.
According to Amy Cuddy, a social psychologist and Harvard Business School professor, these resolutions could actually be doing more harm than good. The problem is simple: We’re setting ourselves up for failure… and failure isn’t a very good motivator.
Source: More Fitness