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New Year’s Advice for Goal Diggers

By Billy Montgomery Many say they do not need to wait until the New Year to transform their lives, but the tradition of making resolutions continues anyway. While crushing goals are part of the annual practice, apparently shattering them comes with the territory as well.

According to the stats tracker website statistica.com, living healthier, having better relationships, and committing to financial goals were among the top determinations people focused on heading into 2022. Annually, these plans consistently rank among the top resolutions that are broken shortly after each new year starts. In fact, according to the December 2021 Psychology Today article “Creating Meaningful Resolutions for 2022,” 80 percent of resolutions are broken within the first month. While they’re meant to be positive attitudes for self-improvement the biggest roadblock with resolutions is that the intentions are not always well thought out and there is a lack of real

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