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Top 10 New Year's Failed Resolutions

2015 TOP 10 NEW YEAR'S #FAILED RESOLUTIONS 62% of Americans make resolutions for the new year! Mosť fail to reach their goals. Below are the top 10 most commonly failed new year resolutions: Loss Weight /Get Fit Spend More Time with Family & Friends 101 Volunteer to 31% Help Others Eat Healthier 38% Relationship Related and Diet Weight Related Learn Something New 34% Money Related 47% Self Improvement or Éducation Related Save Money Quit Smoking Drink Less Travel to New Places Enjoy Life More SUCCESS RATE Success 8% Not Even Close 49% Total Fail |24% SUCCESS RATE BASED ON AGE 47 18-34 year olds were more likely to share their goals with family and friends, and more likely to use an online tool to help reach their goals. More Baby Boomers (aged 55-74) failed 39 their 2014 resolutions than any other age groups. 14 < 30 30 - 50 > 50 MEN vs WOMEN 79% of women find it more challenging to complete their New Year's resolution, compared to the 70 % of men who also fail to complete their goal. A RESOLUTION'S LIFETIME THE STRUGGLE I kept my new year's resolution for at least. IS REAL 75% One Week 71% Two Weeks 64% One Month 46% Six Months Why It Really Doesn't Work Out.. UNREALISTIC TOO MANY TOO VAGUE The top reason for failing your new year's commitment is due to setting up a nearly impossible goạl. 35% of those who failed those goals, admitted they were unrealistic goals. 1 in 10 people claimed they made too many resolutions. The more goals people make, the`less likely they were to achieve them. Most resolutions are nọt specific enough, by making goals abstract and not giving your brain any specifications to follow you allow yourself leeway, and set yourself up for failure. FAILED STICKING TO THE SAME ROUTINE TRACKING People tend to follow their same routines, lack removing what tempts them into their old habits. The brain reacts automatically to those triggers, making change tough and willpower a serious challenge. 33% of people who failed their resolutions said they didn't keep track of their progress; while 23% forgot about their resolution completely. 16% of people stated they're going into 2015 blindly without any plan to achieve their goals. Worry Not, You Can Still Make It! HOW TO BEAT THE ÖDDS: Set small achievable goals. Nothing too grand, or out of this world impossible. It's much easier to follow a plan that says NO POTATO CHIPS OR ICE CREAM for 6 weeks than a resolution to just lose some weight. Write down your resolutions with a clear to-do list. Post it somewhere that you can see every day, and track each step of your progress. Focus on one resolution at a time. 12 Rearrange your personal space to remove any and all kinds of temptation that will set you back to your old ways. Tell your goals with your family and friends to gain more support to 14 accomplish your goals. (Studies found those lacking of social support have an increased heart rate, and higher levels of anxiety.) 15 Be consistent and CELEBRATE your success between milestones! (within reason of course!) GOAL Ör... JUST DON'T MAKE ANY RESOLUTIONS! Sources: resolution-study-shows-new-year-novelty-fizzles-fast achieve-yours resolutions-heres-how-they-did-it/2/ MAGAZINE DISCOUNTCENTER.cOM > >>

Top 10 New Year's Failed Resolutions

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It’s officially been well over a month into 2015 – how well are you sticking to your new year’s resolutions? A recent research reveals that more than half of New Year’s resolutions don’t act...


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