Have you ever set a goal that you didn’t accomplish?
According to a research study at Scranton University in 2016, it was discovered, a “staggering 92% of people that set New Year’s goals never actually achieve them.
As the year begins to close and 2018 steadily appears on the horizon, it’s common for people to get ready to start fresh and make major changes in their lives. They start chanting things like, “New Year, New Me,” "2018 is about to be Lit," they buy new journals and planners, and maybe even create a vision board. They get so hype at the idea of finishing the upcoming year as someone better than ever, only to realize in horror that they’ve just repeated the same year again.
So, I’m guessing you’re here because you’re a procrastinator, right? You are also someone who knows there’s a better life waiting for you in the future but you can’t quite seem to get there. Am I right again? You’ve realized you’re probably not moving forward in life as fast as you would like because your procrastination and is taking control over your life, amplifying your stress and anxiety, and you want to know why, so you can stop it.