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1-7-13: You Say You Want a Resolution, well...
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The top New Year's resolutions for 2013 are centered around losing weight and improving finances, and one can assume that a majority of resolvers will make the same resolutions next year after breaking their 2013 resolutions.
John C. Norcross, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist, professor of psychology at the University of Scranton, and author of Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions. He has been studying New Year’s resolutions for three decades.
Norcross says that one week into the new year, 75% of the more than 100 million Americans who made resolutions, are still keeping pace with their intended goals.
In Changeology, Norcross has outlined five steps to keeping one’s resolutions. Speaking with Sheilah by phone from his office at the University of Scranton, Norcross tells Sheilah what stands between keeping one's resolution and breaking it.
And if you're wondering about the headline of this post, it's a play on this song.