Quitter’s Day is the second Friday of January each year. Quitter’s Day is set aside to recognize those who set new year goals and fail to achieve them. The tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions began 4,000 years ago with the ancient Babylonians. The idea for Quitter’s Day is to encourage and support those who have given up on their New Year’s resolution or goal to try again and ultimately succeed. Research has shown that people quit their resolutions for the year, and many good intentions are abandoned in about 2 weeks. Because this is only 3% of the entire year, which seems so tiny, it made me wonder why so many people want to improve their lives, businesses, and communities, yet for all our best efforts; we run out of willpower in only 2 weeks.
Insights from Success Principles Trainers As we move through the days and months of our annual cycle we might start asking ourselves “Why am I struggling to reach my goal?” Being a Jack Canfield Certified Success Principles Trainer, and author of the Book, ‘The FUNdamentals of Business Success’, I love to discuss with other trainers … Read more