> Maybe you’ve made some resolutions for the year to come. Or perhaps you’re not into New Year’s resolutions, per se, but nonetheless have a longstanding list of goals that regularly runs through your head.
> Either way, there’s a very strong chance that, twelve months from now, you won’t have accomplished any significant personal change.
> Some will say that’s because you didn’t make your goals specific enough. Or small enough.
> But it’s likely just because you had goals, plural.
> Benjamin Franklin said: “Each year, one bad habit rooted out, in time ought to make the worst man good.”
> This one-habit-a-year approach works equally well for developing positive new practices.
there doesn't seem to be anything here