How to Make Resolutions That Work

December 30, 2005  

Tomorrow marks the eve of a New Year. A time when everyone sets resolutions — their goals for the next year. But 92% of resolutions fail. This year, instead of setting goal-based resolutions, set aspiration-based themes. This idea, along with lots of interesting statistics, are in this year-end post: “Making Resolutions That Work.”

Happy New Year!

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  1. kim on January 14th, 2006 1:59 pm

    I’m curious about your thoughts on goal setting for sales. I’m told at my job, sales people succeed 71% more if they have a business plan that outlines their goals. Now that I have been trying to work this way for 3 1/2 months, I feel more like these are things I see that I feel I am failing at.. not working towards.
    Thanks. Kim