Here’s a statistic you probably read every year: Nearly half of Americans make a New Year’s resolution, according to a 2002 survey by the Journal of Clinical Psychology. But what you probably don’t hear–and maybe don’t want to hear–is how few people actually succeed at their resolutions. That number is about 8 percent.
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