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5 Steps to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

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It’s the time of year when people give up on their goals. If you’re struggling, too, take these five steps to keep your New Year’s resolutions.

On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss how to stay on track and reach your New Year’s resolutions, even when the going gets tough. Here’s a summary of that conversation…

It’s that time of year – the time when people give up on their New Year’s resolutions. It happens every year in mid-January.

Are you one of them? If so, we want to share five steps you can take right now so you keep your New Year’s resolutions.

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Are You a Goal-Getter or a Goal-Forgetter?

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There are two types of people in the world: goal-getters and goal-forgetters. We share three differences between the two.

We discuss how to keep your New Year’s resolutions on The BIGG Success Show. Here’s a summary…

In a study on New Year’s resolutions, at the University of Scranton, by JC Norcross and DJ Vagarelli, 200 participants made a New Year’s resolutions. The researchers tracked them for two years.

  • 23% gave up within the week
  • 36% didn’t last a week
  • 50% threw in the towel by the 3-month mark
  • 54% didn’t make it 6 months
  • 81% quit within 2 years

So less than 1 out of 5 people kept their resolution long-term. How can you be part of this group of high achievers?

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One Step to Success

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We all see people rise meteorically to the top all the time. What’s their key? Follow their lead. Take this one step to success.

We discussed the critical step to BIGG success on our podcast. Here’s a SUMMARY of that discussion…

We constantly see overnight successes. Yesterday, they were just part of the crowd. Now, they’re the new sensation.

From the outside looking in, it appears as if they had a meteoric rise to the top. But as we know, perceptions can be deceiving.

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Achieve Your Goals With 4 Easy Questions

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It’s easier to achieve your goals if you break them down. But what does that really mean? We share a 4-step template you can use immediately.

We discuss how to achieve really BIGG, long-term goals on The BIGG Success Show. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

The “BIGG” in BIGG success is an acronym for:

Believing
Implementing
Goal-getting
Giving back

Today we’re focusing on the first “g”: goal-getting. Before you can achieve your goals, you have to set goals. Goal-setting precedes goal-getting.

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4 Tips from The Pursuit of Happyness

Image of group of smiling people with title of blog post: 4 Tips from The Pursuit of Happyness

The Pursuit of Happyness is one of our all-time favorite movies. We share four tips from the life of a homeless-father who made millions.

On The BIGG Success Show, we talk about a homeless father who built a multi-million-dollar fortune. Here’s a summary of that discussion.

We talked recently on this show about a new way of looking at money. Ken Honda has written a fantastic book called, Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money*. Is your money happy with you?

It made us think of one of our favorite movies, The Pursuit of Happyness. It’s the true story of a once-homeless single father, Christopher Gardner (played by Will Smith) and his son, Chris Jr. (fittingly played by Will’s son, Jaden).

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