Let’s have a show of hands: How many of you have kept the New Year’s resolutions you made last January?
Just as I thought. Me neither. (In fact, I can’t remember what mine were. They seemed profound at the time….)
So why are we so bad at accomplishing the stuff that resolutions are made of? The very stuff that we know will make us better human beings?
Theories abound. But one put forth by Peter Bregman (a Harvard Business Review contributor and management guru) particularly speaks to me. The thumbnail: Continue reading