It's so easy to set goals for a New Year. With so much hype and enthusiasm all around you, emotions run high. Ambitions overflow, and you can't wait to get started.
But even the best intentions never seem to last for long. A week or two into the New Year, and you're already off track and berating yourself, wondering what just went wrong. How could something that started so good, feel so bad?
No, you're not a failure. The truth is something much more common than you think. You were a victim of poor planning, and a loss of impetus could never have been sustained under the old model. Thankfully, there's a fix for this, and it can be accomplished in four easy steps.
Step 1: Self-Examination