|About the Book|
The Resolution Recharge: 10 Tips For Making Habits Stick This New YearEvery year, on January 1st, I wake up in the morning and I drive to the gym. I say “Happy New Year” to the fella at the front desk of 24 Hour Fitness (who, by the way, stillMoreThe Resolution Recharge: 10 Tips For Making Habits Stick This New YearEvery year, on January 1st, I wake up in the morning and I drive to the gym. I say “Happy New Year” to the fella at the front desk of 24 Hour Fitness (who, by the way, still smells like a champagne bottle from the NYE bash he attended the night before) and I begin heading towards the weight room. Next, I get started with my workout routine. This particular workout day — on this first new day of this new year — is a unique and special time for me. Because it’s the last peaceful workout I’ll get in this quiet gym for about another two—to—three weeks…Why, you ask?Well, because tomorrow is the day after New Year’s. Tomorrow is January 2nd. And this is usually when most of the people who make a New Year’s Resolution to “lose weight” or “get fit and healthy” come flocking to the gym like they were birds flying South for winter. No more peace and quiet in the gym for me, and no more easily accessible workout equipment either… because now there’s a guy who somehow thinks he can use the leg press machine and talk on his cell phone at the same time occupying the machine. Now there’s a line by nearly every major piece of workout equipment you can think of- making anyone with a plan and a deadline pissed off and agitated.But you know what agitates me even more than having to wait for exercise equipment? The unfortunate statistic is that most of these people will never achieve their New Year’s Resolution to become healthier and exercise. In fact, only 8% of these people will still be here in the next couple of weeks.That said, my question for you is this: Will YOU still be here in the couple of weeks? … In the next four weeks? Six weeks? Six months? How about a year from the day you read this book? Will you look back and be proud that you’ve managed to cultivate your resolution into a habit? It’s my hope that your answer will be a resounding “Yes!”Additionally, it’s my hope that this book helps you get there, and even more importantly, that YOU decide to take the small, simple steps daily — that compound together into MASSIVE leaps that propel you towards the progressive realization of the greatness within.Similar Books:DISCOVER:: How to Make New Years Resolutions That Actually Stick!Tell me if this sounds familiar: The Ball is about to drop on New Years Eve. 2015 promises a brand new year, full of potential and infinite possibilities. So you make a list of the ways that this year will be different. Then what happens? Usually by late January youve already given up on your goals and moved on to something else.The question is:Why do people fail with their New Years resolutions?The problem stems from what you expect to happen over the next 12 months. Instead of trying to make a gradual change, its easy to approach the New Year with an all or nothing mindset. You want things to happen, so you create a series of lofty goals that cant possibly be achieved in a short amount of time. And ultimately this leads to failure.The Secret to a Successful New Years Resolution?Is there a secret to making 2015 the best year ever?The answer is simple: Focus on one major goal (or a few) for the next year and then develop a series of habits that works towards achieving it. Instead of trying to change your entire life in January, the simpler strategy is to adopt a 12-month plan where youre making constant improvements.