I wonder if we don’t keep these resolutions because they’re not good enough.
Usually our resolutions aren’t made in order to change our lives – they’re made in order to accommodate our lifestyle, and let’s face it, not many of us are happy with our current 9-5 lives.
Many of us are slouching around just to get to work on time, tune out on our lunch break, curse at the traffic on our way home, and endure screaming kids and crying babies during half-eaten dinners.
And yet, our resolution is to simply get a raise or lose a few pounds?
I think it’s time to set our expectations – and our hopes – a little higher.
One thing I ask most people I encounter is, “What do you really want to do?” I’ve gotten answers from…
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