I stopped making new year's resolutions and adopted these habits instead — and you should, too!Jason Vana
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The University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology reports that of all resolutions made each each, only 39% of people in their twenties and 14% of people in their fifties or above will actually achieve those resolutions. That means roughly 60–85% of new years resolutions and goals don't ever amount to anything. There is a way to [...]Jason Vana
The idea behind this challenge is simple: come up with goals in 52 day chunks. Focus on the goals you made during those 52 days. Give them your all. When the 52 days are over, keep the goals you like, adjust the ones you don't, and come up with new goals for the next 52 days.Jason Vana