According to Statistic Brain, of the 45 percent who usually make resolutions and the 17 percent who infrequently do, only 8 percent are successful in achieving their resolution. On the positive side, those who make resolutions are 10 times more likely to reach their goals than those who do not explicitly make resolutions.
The most popular resolutions? Statistic Brain lists losing weight, getting organized, saving money, enjoying life and staying fit in the top five. Click here to see the rest of their top 10 list.
For those looking for help achieving their New Year's resolutions, USA.gov offers links to resources for managing stress, drinking less, getting a better job and other popular goals.
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