Eighty percent of the New Year’s resolution gym crowd drops off by the second week of February per a study from the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association. This is why I don’t believe in resolutions because most don’t last. But the new year can be a good reminder to start making ongoing commitments to yourself -- which can happen any time of the year and should be an ongoing process. We often spend time creating career goals, but no goals for our total self.
Rather than making a resolution once a year, think about making a commitment to keep a personal monthly review in place. Join us for a Live Virtual session, led by Amy Vetter, from The B³ Method Institute to help your year off to a great start.
In this 1-hour webinar session, Amy will share her goal-setting method to create business, balance & bliss, it’s important to find ways to keep yourself aware of how you feel and agile enough to make changes throughout the year, not just every 12 months.