As we kick off a new decade, many of you have probably made New Year’s resolutions to change your life for the better. In fact, millions of people around the world have made resolutions to lose weight, save money, quit smoking or take their careers to the next level, as a few examples. Yet most people make the same resolutions year after year with no real results. Why is that?

In today’s episode, Howie talks about the difference between making resolutions and setting goals, and why a majority of people who make resolutions give up on them entirely by the second week of February. Howie shares his own New Year’s goals, and how you can set yourself up for success in 2020 and beyond.

IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS…

  • How to set goals and stick to them.
  • Why baby steps are so powerful.
  • How meditation can help you achieve your goals.
  • Ok, so you fell off the wagon. Now what
  • And much, much more…

INSPIRING QUOTES

Resolutions mean you’re talking. Goals mean you’re doing.– Howie Kra 

“What’s a goal without writing it down? It’s just a dream. If you make a goal, you must write it down.” – Howie Kra

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  • Howie, when you decide to quit smoking, the hardest part of quitting is breaking the habits, the people places & things that you associate with smoking.
    Once you change the habitual part of something, you will be halfway there!

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