Study Shows Accountability and Written Goals are the Key
Many people use the new year to kick off resolutions, but the truth is, only 1/8 of people actually follow through, according to Darren Hardy. Resolutions typically don’t work because:
• lack of support and belief in your resolutions
• lack of a realistic action plan
• lack of accountability.
Instead of resolutions, have written specific goals. A study done at Dominican University shows the power of written goals, coupled with accountability. Those who had written goals with someone to check on them regularly were much more successful than those without written goals and without support.
So write your top 10 goals for 2012, get an accountability partner to help you along the way (as you help them) and make an action plan. You’re already on your way to success.
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