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How to stick to your New Year’s Resolution

Jeannie Vo
January 9, 2024
‘New Year, New Me’ – a phrase we've all uttered at least once. But let's get real – how many times have those ambitious New Year’s Resolutions fallen by the wayside? Stats reveal that a whopping 73% of Aussies set resolutions, yet only 8% conquer them. According to global insights from Strava, January 12 is the danger zone for resolution breakage. So, what's the secret to making them stick?

As we dive into the New Year, Aussies are gearing up for a positive shift, particularly in health and well-being. An impressive 39% are committed to healthier eating, showcasing a collective thirst for a wholesome start. Simultaneously, 36% are spotlighting fitness, while 33% are on a mission to shed those extra kilos – a true journey towards a healthier weight.

Adding an intriguing layer, the survey emphasises that 1 in 10 Australians (10%) are prioritising a better work-life balance this year. This diverse mix of resolutions underlines a shared commitment not only to physical health but also to a holistic, balanced life.

So how do you stop yourself from becoming another statistic that failed their New Year’s Resolutions?

Be specific.

Perfection is overrated! Everyone falters, and that's okay. Acknowledge slip-ups, get back on track – with 52 weeks in a year, a brief setback won't derail your progress. Consistency is the key that propels you towards your goals.

Take one step at a time.

Rome wasn't built in a day, and neither will your goals be achieved overnight. Embrace the process, take it one step at a time, and focus on daily actions contributing to long-term success. It’s about the journey, not the destination.

Ready to take control and perform at your best in 2024? Contact us to start the new year strong.

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