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Resolution Revolution

Happy New Year! Are you someone who makes resolutions? While I'm all for people doing whatever they need to do to motivate themselves to make positive strides in their lives, statistically, "on average, only 9-12% of people keep their New Year's resolutions," and "the biggest reason people don't keep their resolutions is that they set unrealistic goals," (

While I certainly have ongoing goals for myself, I'm not much for making resolutions just because it's a new year. In fact, when people ask me if I've made any resolutions, I half-jokingly reply that my resolution is to not ever make any more New Year's resolutions.

All jokes aside, maybe we just need a new way of approaching this whole "New Year's resolution" concept. There are some broader things that we can all resolve to do, and not just because it's a new year. Here are a couple of examples of easily achievable ways to make personal progress in 2024:

Learn something new every day.
This can be as small as learning a new vocabulary word to pepper into your daily conversations or something more involved and ongoing such as learning a foreign language. We should never stop learning. Some days, we even learn things involuntarily through the mistakes we make — that's the silver lining of trial and error.

Try new things.
Whether it's sampling a food you've never eaten, visiting a place you've never been, or trying a fun new activity you've always thought looked interesting, you never know what you're missing if you don't explore the world around you.

Overall, the important thing is that we refuse to be stagnant or complacent.

"Don't live the same year 75 times and call it a life." 
-Robin Sharma

Cheers to a happy and prosperous 2024 filled with learning and trying new things! 

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