How are your New Years Resolutions going? 

So far so good with Mine! 

Back to eating real food and no alcohol after the excesses of the holiday period.

Losing weight, going to the gym, and getting healthy are among the most popular New Year's resolutions. But, the sad reality is, most people will fail to meet their goals. Research indicates only 8% of people make their New Year’s resolutions stick.

The biggest reason people fall short of their goals is because they’re focusing on the wrong things. Your body won’t do what your mind won’t make it. So rather than focus on building physical strength, commit to building mental strength.

Developing mental muscle is the key to self-discipline, delayed gratification, grit, and perseverance. So whether your goal is to save more money or you hope to make 2017 the year you face your fears, becoming mentally stronger will help you succeed.