Around forty percent of people make New Year’s resolutions, and by six months, forty-four percent are still keeping their resolutions. By the time the year is over, only eight percent of people are still sticking with it. It could be that you can't manage the time to fit in the work it would take to get to your goal.
Most people claim that the number one reason they couldn't follow through is that they can't seem to budget their time wisely with all the things they need to fit into their day. It might also be an issue of lack of self-control or attempting to obtain unrealistic goals, and most people have trouble with keeping their New Year's resolutions.