Two friends, Dave and Jim both in their upper twenties and full time employees at the same company, made the same New Year’s resolution. They both resolved that over the next two months they would begin to exercise regularly. Both of them promised that this would be the last New Year that they would have to make this resolution, and that from now on, fitness would be a top priority. They both took out gym memberships (partially paid for by their employer) on January second and started to make good on their commitments.
Two months later, Dave was working out three times a week and feeling great. Jim on the other hand, had gone to the gym a few times, and then completely given up. He hadn’t done a single work out in the last month. He was about to cancel his gym membership when he decided to discuss the situation with Dave. After all, it seemed that he had taken the same steps as Dave and yet the results could not be more different.
Dave told Jim about a set of simple steps he had taken to promote his resolution and make sure he kept at it. Dave’s invaluable information is now available for your consumption in a simple and free step-by-step guide at http://www.joesgps.com/new-years-resolutions/