The New Year is a time when a lot of people make resolutions for the upcoming year. However, as you might have already experienced, those resolutions rarely last very long. And to explain why I believe that is the case, let me give you a comparison that relates to painting.
Imagine, if you will, that your roof is leaking and water has started to drip from your ceiling and onto your dining room table. Looking at the ceiling, you would most likely notice that the paint has started to peel and that the water has left a brown stain.
The problem with most resolutions is that they typically focus on the surface of the problem and not the real source of the problem. In my example, if you were to hire me to come over to repair and repaint the ceiling, would that fix your problem? Maybe at first, but in time the same thing would happen because the water issue (the real source of the problem) has not been fixed.
Now, think about this for a second... whether it's exercising, eating better or anything else you may have set as your New Year resolution, could it be that it's simply not the real source of the problem? Is there perhaps a deeper reason as to why you are having difficulty with what ever it is you decided to change.
I say, find the source of the problem... this way, you won't need to make the same resolution year after year.
Happy New Year!!!