A full 40 percent of Americans make New Year's resolutions. Research has indicated that there are many ways to break a bad habit and start new, healthier habits. New Year's resolutions offer us the golden opportunity to change something that either we don't like about ourselves or begin to do something that we feel will enrich our lives.
If we put into practice this new outlook and arrange our lives around our significant positive change, then the results tend to be more fruitful. This change will allow for even more substantial changes to occur, which will help us toward our goal, and finally, we become the finished product of our efforts. Even if you don't succeed, at least you'll know that you stuck with something difficult for you to do and you made it.