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A reasonable approach to resolutions
December 30, 2009, 11:33 AM
As we run out the clock on 2009, many people start thinking about whether or not to make resolutions for the New Year. While some are totally skeptical about this exercise, others employ the strategy
to bring about change
or improvement in their lives.
But according to one expert,
success is more likely when people plan ahead, celebrate their successes along the way and only tackle one resolution at a time
. Even if you balk at resolutions, this seems like a reasonable approach to take, and that in itself sounds like a pretty good way to start a new year.
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