The new year will be here before you know it and with it comes new goals, new plans, and ambitions. Got any exciting things you want to accomplish this year?
According to the Statistic Brain, nearly half of us make New Year’s resolutions every year because we want to change. However, of those of us who take that first step, only about 8% of us actually have the patience and perseverance and PLAN to accomplish those goals.
Maybe you are ready for a change. You want something to be different next year. You want it…but you’re just not sure where to start. Does this describe you? If so, you are not alone.
Take a look at a few of these statistics to see what I mean:
- 54% of Americans feel overwhelmed by their clutter and of that 54%, 78% have no idea what to do with it or find their accumulation too complicated to tackle (according to The Seattle Times)
- Over 50% of U.S. employees feel frequently overwhelmed at work, and 70% wish they had a different job (according to ABC News)
- 4 in 10 millennials are overwhelmed by their debt (according to CNBC)
- 14% of people world-wide feel overwhelmed ALL THE TIME (according to Forbes)
Many of us want to change, but the thought of change stresses us out. The top causes of all this stress? Relationships, finances, job changes, and location changes—all changes you can PLAN for…most of the time.
So how do you plan for the change you want? That is the question I answer in my NEWEST subscriber freeebie–How to Plan for the Change You Want.
What is Included in the eBook?
How to Plan for the Change You Want is a short e-book that provides a step-by-step guide to accomplishing any change you are desiring this year. Whether it’s weight loss, paying off debts, cleaning your house, or something else, the steps provided in How to Plan for the Change You Want apply.
How Do I Get It?
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