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This 4-Year Old Girl’s Explanation On the Problem with New Year’s Resolutions Is Everything You Need

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This 4-Year Old Girl’s Explanation On the Problem with New Year’s Resolutions Is Everything You Need

What’s your new year’s resolution? According to Statistic Brain, 45% of Americans usually make New Year’s Resolutions, but only 8% of Americans can successfully achieve their resolutions [1]. Are you the 8% who succeed in achieving their resolutions, or are you the rest of the population?

This 4-year old girl tries to explain her problem with new year’s resolutions, which is likely to be the problem for most of us. We plan too much, worry too much, but act too little. We are afraid to take risks, and we’re afraid of failures. So we always wait for the “perfect” moments, and we wait and we wait until the year after.

Even if you fail one or two, or thirty times, it’s ok! You’ve got thousands of more little moments ahead of you. You’ll get better.

So let’s take this little girl’s advice, treasure each moment and choose to do what’s right instead of what’s easy and make changes happen now.

Reference

[1] New Years Resolution Statistics, Statistic Brain

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