We all have big aspirations at the beginning of the year.
Some people make it through the first few weeks charging ahead, taking ground, and accomplishing their big resolutions.
Others drop off right away.
Few people make it through the first 3 months before stumbling back to their usual routine.
Very few people actually accomplish their goals.
Today, I’m going to share the things no one is telling you when you’re planning your resolutions.
One of the things is to anticipate and plan for your failure because you will fail in one way or another.
Do you know what matters more than simply breaking a streak?
Continuing to get the heck back up when you’re knocked down… No matter how many times you have to get back up.
Now that sounds like a new years resolution.
Let’s get started.
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