Want To ACHIEVE Your New Year's Resolution This Time?
Why Employing the New "People Plan" Will Make the Difference Between Success and Failure
By: Leo Bottary
According to Bottary, actually achieving your new year's resolution will involve doing two things: 1) Being honest with yourself as to whether your resolution is an actual goal or just a wish. Declaring it as a real goal will be the first step toward making a serious effort to achieve it; 2) Being willing to enlist others for help. Left to your own devices, you're likely to end up among the 92% of people who fail. This is where creating a People Plan will make the difference. Embrace the fact that self-help doesn't mean by-yourself-
Check out The People Plan infographic to get you started! To learn why People Plans work and what they are all about, check out a copy of What Anyone Can Do: How Surrounding Yourself With the Right People Will Drive Change, Opportunity and Personal Growth.