New Year’s Resolutions Part II – Follow Through

This year, resolve to make incremental changes instead of massive New Year's Resolutions.

This year, resolve to make incremental changes instead of massive New Year’s Resolutions.

Do you have trouble keeping on course with your New Year’s Resolutions? Do you end up backsliding a few weeks into the new year?

In this video, which is the second part of my series on New Year’s Resolutions, I explain the right and wrong way to make a New Year’s Resolution. The title of this video is ‘No Year’s Resolutions’, because I believe that New Year’s Resolutions do more harm than good in most cases. They can cause a backlash of negative feelings, beliefs and behaviors, and they set most people up for failure.

So I’ve outlined my methods for making real changes, without the negative backlash.

Give it a try and let me know how it works for you.

Here’s Part I – New Year’s Resolutions – Warming To The Cold

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2 Responses to New Year’s Resolutions Part II – Follow Through

  1. Pingback: New Year’s Resolutions Part III – Values & Moose Tracks | Running Raw

  2. Nolan says:

    Hey Tim,
    Why do I get the suspicion that you are on some sound stage in LA making this video, because there is no steam coming out of your mouth when exhaling or talking. Explain that one to me Mr. wizard. Seriously, love your message about not attaching labels. I refuse to use the V word. Much continued success.
    Paul

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