Holding yourself accountable: The hard way

According to a study from the University of Scranton, 92 percent of people fail at setting goals. If you’re reading this, there’s a big chance you have fallen short on at least some goals you’ve set. Why? Think back to a time when you had a plan that you were excited to start and then… you failed. When you fail, it’s easy to feel sad, embarrassed, angry, or resent the whole goal altogether and distance yourself from responsibility in the future. That is wrong. It is important to be responsible for achieving your goals. Otherwise you’ll never do anything, ever…

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