Are Your New Years Resolutions Realistic?

New Years Resolutions are often the talk for a couple of weeks after the ball drops in New York. Then slowly everyone forgets about them and move on from the excitement and commitments they had made to eat better or drink less or be more positive or read a book per month. Among the many New Years Resolutions that are out there, ValueMags researchers found that only 5{9b91c1395f3eb746aa076993a3e59d4a658edbd62758f37219d4e6cd0e3c1d95} of people stick to their New Years Resolutions all year and even less stick to it for a lifetime.

That means that 95{9b91c1395f3eb746aa076993a3e59d4a658edbd62758f37219d4e6cd0e3c1d95} of people give up on their resolutions, come up with excuses, or have something come up that prevents them from pushing through their commitments.

ValueMags is seeking a publisher that is willing to offer free magazines with articles related to motivation, change, and issues that individuals incur on a daily basis. For the most part, people do not stick to they New Years Resolutions because they are not ready for the change they committed to make. They simply make the change because it is the time to do it or for the sake of saying that they have a New Years Resolution. Being ready for change is an important factor in whether individuals will be successful in committing to their New Years Resolution or not.

A magazine with tips and tricks on how to motivate yourself and stick to goals is necessary in this day and age. Not only would this be useful for individuals with New Years Resolutions. A magazine with tips and tricks on how to stay motivate throughout a regular day would be ideal for a society that is gradually getting lazier.

ValueMags is ready to make the change towards being more motivated in their office as well. The company wants to be a good example for the their followers and readers which is why company President Andrew Degenhlolz has also vowed to be more encouraging and helpful in the office, Not that he isn’t but Degenholtz wants ValueMags employees to come to work and not consider their work to be work. He is motivated to create a better environment around himself this year. What’s your New Years Resolution? Tell us on the ValueMags new blog page.