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New Year's Resolutions (Part 2)

We are three weeks into the new year. How are you doing with your resolutions? Have your new habits become as smooth as a well-oiled machine? Or are you grinding to a halt? I've heard it said that it takes 21 days to form a new habit - so three weeks often marks an inflection point with our new intentions. The new activities aren't so new anymore, and may be losing their novelty. Getting up at 5:30 AM to go to the gym might seem like more of a hassle than a good idea. S

New Year's Resolutions

About this time of year, a lot of us start thinking about setting some objectives for the new year. You know, losing weight, reading more, or quitting bad habits. Sometimes we achieve these objectives, and sometimes they are swept into the dustbin with the new year's eve confetti. What can we do to help us succeed on this quest for improvement? After all, if these objectives are important enough for us to articulate, surely they are worth working towards, as well. The ne

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