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Stretch your limits. Embrace your chosen future.
Designing your best self takes vision. Becoming your best self takes guts. Here's how to do both — with confidence.
Remember those resolutions you made six months ago? Maybe you'd rather not. But why forgive and forget when you can fix and forge ahead? We'll show you how.
For this year's Resolutions Workshop, we gathered up four of our favorite personal-development experts and asked them to weigh in with how — and how not — to go about crafting New Year's resolutions. They wound up recasting the whole resolutions process and sketching out a more successful, sustainable course for personal change.
Ready to have your best year ever? Two of the country's top coaches weigh in with advice on getting liftoff for the next phase of your life.
Laurie Gerber's tips on keeping resolutions, as seen on the Today show. Plus, a list of articles and a podcast I love that'll help you set your intentions for 2014.
Gearing up to write another mega-list of ways to make yourself better? Don't! Instead, chart your course toward real goal mastery.
You've crafted your New Year's resolutions with care. Now comes the tricky part: translating intention into action — ideally, the ongoing kind. For this, you need more than a wing and a prayer. You need pragmatic support systems and the good sense to put them to work.
Looking to reach some major goals this year? These practical, right-now steps can help you build the momentum you need to make steady progress — starting today.
New Year’s vows to change often bring more pain than actual gain. Here’s how to get real about your good intentions.
If you're feeling overwhelmed by resolution season, senior editor Courtney Lewis Opdahl found some insights in our archives to help.
Everyone seems to expect resolutions at this time of year, which to me is an interesting phenomenon.
When you approach goal setting from a place of positivity, the process of getting there is more enjoyable — and a lot more rewarding.
Moving past aesthetic goals during resolution season is possible, if you explore what true happiness means to you.
Thinking about making some positive changes in the coming year? Here’s how to set yourself up for success — and a feel-good experience.
Lofty goals all begin with a single step. Here’s how to plan — and sustain — the small changes that matter.
Resources to help you accomplish your goals in the second half of the year.
A new month + Daylight Saving next week = more motivation.
I've been avoiding the gym these past couple of weeks so that I could make a resolution to get back to the gym in 2011. And guess what?
Only 8 percent of people who make New Year's resolutions actually succeed, according to the University of Scranton. Take heart: By learning a few tricks to bolster your willpower, this year can be different.
I love the energy this time of year. So many people are reflecting on their past accomplishments and reevaluating where they go next.