How to succeed at your 2021 Resolutions

Richard White
Dec 14, 2020 · 1 min read
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Did you know that 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail? I only recently learned that fact, but I can’t say it surprised me. How could it, when I am one of that 80%?

For 2020, though, despite its global infamy as a terrible year, I discovered how to step out of the shadow of the failed resolutions and join the minority who accomplish the goals they set.

And today, I’m sharing it with you. If you have goals to crush in 2021, I have a simple tactic that will help you achieve them.

What is it?

*drum roll*

Get a head start.

Yep, really, that’s it. Don’t start on January 1st, start earlier. For all the details on why, check out my longer article.

Otherwise, trust me and try it. Whether you start today or December 30, just build up some momentum prior to New Year’s Day.

Richard White

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Writer, marketer, thinker. I share my thoughts on life, work, reading, fitness — and training for my first marathon.

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