The Coaching Effect Blog

The Coaching Effect Blog

    How to Make New Year’s Resolutions Stick

    by Sarah Wirth / January 17, 2013

    Sarah WirthThe new year is a time of renewal and positive energy for many of us.  We’ve just had the opportunity to spend time with friends and family and may have even taken a few days off work.  Save for the extra three or so pounds we’re now carrying around, we are feeling good, refreshed and ready to tackle the upcoming year.  In our positive and hopeful mindset, many of us will make new year’s resolutions to improve ourselves personally and professionally.  In spite of our best intentions, however, most of our new year’s resolutions will fail.  If you want to be among the small percentage of people who actually achieve their resolutions this year, check out this Time Magazine article featuring the research of Changeology author, Dr. John Norcross, for some specific strategies on how you can stick to your resolution:  http://healthland.time.com/2012/12/28/how-to-make-new-years-resolutions-stick-qa-with-expert-on-change/

    Tags: Sales Motivation Catalytic Coaching/Factor

    0 Comments
    previous post Identify An Opportunity
    Next Post Sales Coaching Lessons from Golf T.V.
    Sarah Wirth

    Sarah Wirth

    Sarah Wirth is the President of EcSell Institute and has over 20 years of experience in employee assessment, leadership development, sales executive coaching, and customer service. She has presented to executives from across the globe with organizations such as Mercedes Benz, Estee Lauder, Ritz Carlton, Cheesecake Factory and many more.

      Social Networks

      Subscribe to our blog

      Subscribe to our newsletter