By Dr. Jennifer Harrison
Are you excited about the New Year? Once again we get a fresh start, making new resolutions and setting new goals. But, what’s going to make it different this year compared to last year, or the year before that? Were you able to stop smoking? Were you successful in achieving your weight loss goals? Did you spend less time at work and more time with your family?
If you didn’t come close to making any of your last year’s resolutions become a reality, you’re not alone. According to research, only 8 percent of people actually achieve their New Year’s Resolutions. Why is that? What are they doing that the other 92 percent of us aren’t?
They are taking full responsibility for their lives! Jack Canfield and Janet Switzer in their NY Times bestselling book, The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, list taking 100% responsibility as their number one success principle.
In this article I’m going to reveal how you can become part of that successful 8 percent by taking three specific action steps. Are you ready to start taking 100% responsibility for your life?
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