the New Year’s Revolution
I built this website because, every year, I hear so many people give up on their goals, dreams, and aspirations because they set the bar too high with their Resolutions on New Year’s Eve.
I start seeing the “A New Year, New You” mantra everywhere around mid-December and it seems like everyone is riding a positivity high, but then it quickly fades some time in February.
It can be frustrating, but together, we can change it.
The New Year’s Resolution is Broken.
It’s Time for a
I know, I know; “Revolution” is a lofty word. But I’m serious; the traditional New Year’s Resolution doesn’t work, and we need to reinvent our goal-setting system. We need a revolution and I’ll give you three reasons why:
- The very nature of setting a resolution on New Year’s Eve promotes procrastination. People put off what they could start today knowing that they can set the resolution later.
- Setting one huge goal at the beginning of each year makes it nearly impossible to stay focused on that goal all year long. Most people lose focus sometime in February.
- Because of this procrastination and lack of focus, most people tend to set the wrong goals, such as trying to lose a quick 45 pounds instead of practicing proper diet and exercise all year long, which leads to discouragement.