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Why We’re Not Always Resolute With Our Resolutions

The beginning of the New Year is often the ideal time for people to start making changes in their lives by setting resolutions. The first two weeks start off well, but around February research has shown half of those people have not achieved their resolutions. So how do we stick to our goals beyond the first couple weeks? Morning Shift talks to Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science Hal Weitzman about setting realistic goals and successful motivational tips to complete any goals.

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