EP. 7 Setting Resolutions You’ll Actually Keep

Episode Summary

Today’s episode is all about setting resolutions you’ll keep all year long! Research shows that most people give up on their New Year’s goals by February. Learn why we abandon our resolutions and how to set more sustainable habits. Join us to take the pledge to be part of “The 8% Club” of people who actually achieve their New Year’s resolutions. Plus– introducing our Happy and Healthy Challenge!

Print the worksheet for episode 7 here to follow along!

Setting resolutions You'll actually keep

 


10 comments


  • Karie Haugen

    This is so on point for me. My word for the year is habit and this episode and the next are great resources.


  • Nadine Jones-Ruffin

    I like what your husband said about being a tortoise. I believe people set goals and get discouraged because they didn’t stay on track. I tell myself I can reset and understand what did not work well and start again after I learned from the first time. Thank you.


  • Lindsay

    I loved this podcast! I had set intentions/goals for the year on a month-to-month basis already but now I’m going to go back and redo them based on what I learned from you! I can’t remember the last time I was so into my planner!


  • Karyn

    I just wanted to say thank you for such a great podcast. Not only do I love how ‘real’ you both are, but I love that you have involved your audience.
    Most importantly I LOVE that you have a planner for everyone. It makes it easy to not only stay organized, or decorate it your liking, but most importantly you can use them to be part of the “The 8% Club”.
    Thank you so much for creating something that I can’t enough of.


  • Karyn

    I just wanted to say thank you for such a great podcast. Not only do I love how ‘real’ you both are, but I love that you have involved your audience.
    Most importantly I LOVE that you have a planner for everyone. It makes it easy to not only stay organized, or decorate it your liking, but most importantly you can use them to be part of the “The 8% Club”.
    Thank you so much for creating something that I can’t enough of.


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