How to follow through on your New Year's resolutions
As the old year comes to an end each year, many people reflect on the year and their lives as they decide what they would like to change about their lives in the upcoming year.
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#1 Dec 28, 2012
The single best thing I ever did to achieve my resolutions was to get a mentor (I used a site online, FTRnation.com ). That way I would have no excuse for failure, and they kept me grounded in the 'why' rather than the 'end', which helped me learn not to stress during the process. The reason I chose them was a quote on their site that changed my life. It said 'The definition you’ve placed on yourself – or have allowed others to place on you – is precisely why you have what you have, do what you do, are what you are and act how you act.' It woke me up, and as a result I created a bigger purpose and goal, and I'm getting massive results. I wish I did it sooner! Anything that supports people achieve their purpose and goals is a very noble thing!
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