“Most resolutions are made with frivolous and fun intentions, they don’t typically resolve anything within the individual that would drive them to accomplish the “resolution” in the first place.”
– Carew Papritz
It’s the goal-setting season; a time where our resolutions encompass all of our plans for the future, our hopes, dreams, and visions for what we want in life.
But what’s the difference between those who stick to their New Year’s resolutions and those who don’t?
Well…reason, according to best-selling author and thought leader, Carew Papritz.
With less than 25% of people actually staying committed after just 30 days, and only 8% accomplishing their resolutions, success seems grim. But Papritz says if you identify the key reasons behind the resolutions you make, you are three times more likely to achieve success.
“Most resolutions are made with frivolous and fun intentions, they don’t typically resolve anything within the individual that would drive them to accomplish the “resolution” in the first place…”
…says Papritz, who has devoted his life and career to the idea of legacy, purpose, and reason. Through his best-selling book The Legacy Letters, he provides back-to-basics life lessons about the importance of leaving a footprint for future generations and why identifying key reasons for any goal you set will guide you to success.
In An Interview/Article, Carew Papritz Can Share:
- 3 keys to accomplish your New Year’s Resolutions
- Why identifying your “reason” will guide you to success
- Similarities between purpose, reason, and legacy