Why Most New Year’s Resolutions Fizzle If you are making resolutions for 2015, consider that most of them won’t last beyond three weeks. According to Forbes, less than 10 percent of New Year’s resolutions declared are actually accomplished This might lead you to believe that setting positive goals for the new year is a futile […]
Recipe for Mind
Did you know that the average life span of a New Year’s resolution is less than three weeks? The reason that they tend to fizzle out as quickly as New Year’s Eve champagne is that most of us have not been schooled in the dynamics of the subconscious mind.
Whether you want to break a persistent negative habit, like overeating or choosing the wrong foods, or create a positive one such as getting on a regular exercise program or being more organized, the secret of success lies in making the new behavior second nature to you.