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13. Mentally Strong People Don’t Expect Immediate Results

13. Mentally Strong People Don’t Expect Immediate Results

A 1972 study looked at whether people succeeded in their New Year’s resolutions. They found that 25 percent of participants had abandoned their resolutions after 15 weeks. In a similar 1989 study, that number had gone down to only one week.

The underlying issue is that our goals and expectations are unrealistic.

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