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New Year’s Resolutions

1/7/2018

Guest(s): Brianne King, Mike Fertig, and Bob Fragasso

New Year’s Resolutions

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A New Year’s resolution is a commitment that an individual makes to a project or to reforming a habit. These changes can be pretty daunting and somewhat negative. Reform my habits and change my lifestyle!? The magnitude of that gives grave pause before embarking on that course of action. It’s no surprise that we don’t typically react well to negatively-oriented, major changes in our lives.

Tune in as we discuss replacing your resolutions with goals that put you in possession of the life that you want!

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New Years Resolutions

A New Year’s resolution is a commitment that an individual makes to a project or to reforming a habit. These changes can be pretty daunting and somewhat negative. Reform my habits and change my lifestyle!? The magnitude of that gives grave pause before embarking on that course of action. It’s no surprise that we don’t typically react well to negatively-oriented, major changes in our lives Download our whitepaper that discusses replacing your resolutions with goals that put you in possession of the life that you want!

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