New Decade, New You

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You are never too old to set a new goal or to dream a new dream.

C.S. Lewis


Every year, millions of Americans step into January 1st by ringing in the new year with a New Year’s Resolution. Not so surprisingly, only one in five will actually follow through. A study done among 26,151 participants revealed only 6% of the subjects fully stuck to their resolution, while 14% said they had “mostly” stuck with their resolution. Even more grimly, Forbes did a similar study and learned that less than 25% of people actually stay committed to their resolutions after just 30 days. Based on our experience with our clients, what we see as being the hardest part of a New Year’s Resolution isn’t what to commit to, but rather the commitment to the intention. In this blog, we are going to talk about setting a resolution for the New Year that sticks, and tools to support you in holding your attention on your intention throughout 2020.


When it comes to choosing a New Year’s Resolution, most people have one of the following in their top 3:


  1.  Lose Weight and Get Fit
  2. Learn Something New
  3. Eat Healthier and Diet
  4. Be Less Stressed


Aside from being some of the top choices for resolutions set, they also are ranked by Time magazine as some of the most commonly broken. You may be finding yourself wondering … Why is this? It’s simple. Resolutions tend to be broad and vague. It’s important when setting yourself up for the new year to get clear on what you want to accomplish, why it’s important, and how you’ll make it happen. Holding consistent attention on these questions will bring your goal for the new year within reach by helping you envision an obtainable possibility for your future. This will require your time and commitment, but on a manageable scale. Talk about it with your friends. Establish daily practices. Celebrate milestones. Keep pushing yourself. It takes a little over 2 months to form a new habit, and the hardest part will be continually practicing bringing your attention back to the intention you’ve set going into the new year. This is where we can help.


Here at the Taylor Group, we’re committed to you and the actions necessary for improving your talents, potential, employability, and consciousness around meeting the goals you set for yourself. We have seen incredible success with our courses and coaching work, which are designed in such a way to assist individuals in overcoming personal barriers while moving into a future of freedom and choice. Our leaders are committed to your intentions, and supporting you in holding your attention there every step of the way. Our courses offer you both the insight and self-awareness, as well as the practices necessary, to build an empowered relationship with yourself. One that gives you the confidence to embrace change, and establish new habits that are gentler and easier to incorporate into your daily practices.


New Year’s resolutions can be kept. Deep and sustainable change is possible, and stems from intentional shifts in our way of being, regardless of what our particular goals are. Here at the Taylor Group, our team of coaches can help do just that. Our coaches are certified in biofeedback brain training, developing physical wellness plans, and supporting you in keeping your promises to yourself while moving towards your personal and business related goals. We would love to work with you and help you meet the intentions you set for yourself going into the New Decade. Contact us for a free consultation to support you in your transformation utilizing coaching, our course offerings, and a personalized development program built around the future you want for yourself.