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The Art of Sustaining Change: New Year's Resolutions and Beyond



Hey there, friends! Dr. Taryn here, and I'm beyond excited to bring you a new episode of the Cheers to Your Pivot Podcast. As we wrap up the first month of the new year, it's only fitting we tackle the art of sustaining change. How do we do this? Well, by taking some time to decode the why behind our New Year's resolutions.

In this episode, we uncovered some eye-opening statistics about resolution success rates and the common pitfalls that hinder our ability to stick to our goals. It's a reality check. But fear not— we're here to equip you with actionable steps to ensure that you stay on track and make lasting, positive changes in your life...and throughout the year!


Timestamped Key Takeaways from the Episode:


00:02:09 - Shocking statistics reveal that 24% of resolutions are broken by the end of the first week of January and a staggering 42% by the end of the month. Good news, though: you are not alone in this struggle!


00:03:35 - Traditional resolutions may lack the genuine intention for personal and professional change. We need to focus on shifting from tradition-based goal setting to more meaningful and intentional resolutions.


00:08:48 - Real-life scenarios illustrate the importance of adapting and adjusting our plans to align with our goals, whether in a professional setting or our personal lives.


TAKE ACTION:

It's time for all of us to rethink how we approach our New Year's goals. I encourage you to take some time to assess your own resolutions and ensure that they're deeply connected to your personal and professional values.


Let's shift our focus from tradition to intention, and commit to sustainable change throughout the year.


 

Thank you for tuning in! I hope you found this episode insightful and thought-provoking. Remember to be kind to yourself and others as we navigate the complexities of life and embrace the power of guilt in our transformation.


Until next time, Cheers to your Pivot🥂!!


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