As the new year approaches, many people take the opportunity to reflect on their financial habits and make resolutions to improve them in the coming year. These resolutions can be a great way to set yourself up for financial success and achieve your goals.
Here’s the bad news: An estimated 91% of Americans end up abandoning their New Year’s resolutions before the end of January.
In fact, the pattern is so clear that January 19th has been nicknamed “Quitter’s Day.”
Yet… 9% of people are able to achieve their resolutions. What sets them apart from everyone else? Why are they able to achieve their resolutions and goals while everyone else appears to struggle?
This post originally appeared at The Budget Mom.