Do New Year’s resolutions make sense or we have to fail

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The end of the year and the January atmosphere literally encourages planning goals and resolutions. Do you know that too? I will start eating healthily, I will exercise, I will lose weight, I will start a business. Most people have many plans and goals in their heads just a few days after the new year. Especially if he doesn’t write down his plans. If you want to change something, start your career or have a dream character, then you have nothing left but hard work.

How to do it

It’s one thing to make plans on paper, but it’s another to keep. If you don’t miss anything in life and you are satisfied, then this does not apply to you. It comes first clearly discipline and perseverance. You don’t have to wait for the new year for something to change, ideally start now. Write your plans in diary, diary or mobile notes. Most importantly, keep an eye on them. If you manage to fulfill something, then enjoy the moment when you delete / delete the thing. If you do not manage to complete some tasks by the end of the year, do not despair, you can write them down by next year.

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“It is difficult to determine exactly when the tradition of giving New Year’s resolutions originated. Mentions of self-improvement go back several centuries, for example to ancient China. The practice of tying goals to a specific date in the calendar was introduced as early as the 1960s, as evidenced by one of Mark Twain’s letters. “ states Anna Katharina Schaffnerová, cultural historian and author of the book The Art of Self-Improvement.

From failure to success

Skeptics may still wonder if this practice makes sense. Most people are still preparing for failure, and therefore they give it upbefore he even tries. Nevertheless, the available data show that the overall success rate is higher than many might think.

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Interesting numbers

According to a recent YouGov survey, out of 35% of participants who made New Year’s resolutions, adhere to all your goals. And even 50% managed to keep at least some of their resolutions. That’s a lot of people in your life make some positive changes. And those are really good numbers!

What do you think of the resolutions? Do you have any goals for this year? Are you trying to change something for the better or is planning nothing for you?


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