There’s no single formula that’ll guarantee you see a New Year’s resolution all the way through. But, considering that just 8 percent of people actually achieve their annual goal, there are a lot of wrong ways to go about it.
Year after year, you probably click on an article or two that offer instructions for actually making it happen this time. Conventional wisdom would have you log your progress, practice your willpower and tell others about your grand plans, in order to hold yourself accountable. Tad Waddington, Ph.D., CEO of Lasting Contribution and author of Return on Learning, suggests we look at our plan of attack for 2015 through an atypical lens if we really want to succeed. Find a few of his surprising tricks below.
Source: More Fitness