December 20, 2018

15 New Year’s Resolutions That Always Fail

Ones Without A Strong Perceived Benefit

When making a resolution, it’s important to identify the reason why your proposed change will be beneficial. According to a study in Social Science & Medicine that looked at long-term health changes, “the strongest single predictors [of success] were perceived benefits.” The more able a participant was to recognize the positive effects of their changes, that is, the more likely they were to continue along their progress.

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