2020 is here … New Year’s resolutions and all. It is inevitable that many resolutions do not come to fruition. I have been around a few years and just like many have excuses for why something does not happen the way I want it to. You know “too many cooks spoil the broth” from the 16th century alluding to too many adding to the broth will eventually ruin it. The “blame game” as in finding someone or something else to blame. Attributed to George Washington Carver: “Ninety-nine percent of all failures come from people who have a (bad) habit of making excuses.” Be responsible for yourself and your actions. Establish good habits.
To succeed in reaching your goals try changing your habits. Goals may establish a direction however without changing habits it is difficult at best to attain new goals. Goals are predetermined and are judged by success or failure. Positive habits are necessary for the changes to lead you to your goals. A chain of good habits will be lay the track to successful goals.