Making Your Resolutions Stick
Our webinar offers 9 hacks to succeed with your money.
How long does it take the average person to abandon his or her New Year’s resolutions? One source reported 80 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail by mid-February. That means despite your best efforts, the odds are great that all your good intentions will be for naught.
So, should you give up on making resolutions? Absolutely not.
Most people make the mistake of using willpower to change a bad behavior to a good one. That is a recipe for failure because willpower is like a muscle — it wears out over time and then people revert to their old behaviors. You can make resolutions stick if you sidestep willpower and implement systems that will not require willpower.
To learn more, you are invited to attend a free training webinar:
Making Your Resolutions Stick: 9 Hacks to Succeed with Your Money
Thursday, January 18, 2018, from 12:15-1:00 p.m. MT
The webinar will cover a proven budgeting technique that has helped millions of people control spending each month. At the conclusion of the webinar, you will have tangible steps you can follow to implement to permanently improve your money situation.
- Why the average American is not succeeding with money
- Why most resolutions fail
- Nine steps that can permanently help you succeed with money
- Which step has the most impact