7 Reasons Why Your New Year Resolutions Fail?

2021 has passed on a mixed note, and 2022 starts with a new resolution. Those resolutions give new hope and enthusiasm to start a year on a good note. It opens a new book in our life that we have to fill with good experiences & habits.

But, do you know 88% of people fail on those new resolutions? Yes, only 12% of you will actually encounter the flavor of achievement. Sound terrible? It is. One hundred fifty-six million individuals will presumably abandon their goal before you can say, “cheers.”

Well, now we’ll talk about why people fail to achieve their New Year resolutions. So, here have a look-

You’re dealing with a long-distance race like a run.

“I need it ALL, and I need it NOW!” attitude is what people usually commit. But, it is not generally able to do. You have many negative behavior patterns today; the exact opposite thing you need to do is rebuild as long as you can remember for the time being. Need to get thinner? Stop it with a strict diet & exercise plan as it is what usually gives. Believe and continue on slow movements so you can continue it.

You put things in the wrong order

“Enhancing” an awful eating regimen is idiotic, so don’t consider everything—zero in on the activities that produce the mind-boggling measure of results. If it’s not significant, don’t stress over it. Put things in the right order to accomplish it.

You don’t have confidence in yourself

An inability to act can disable you before you leave the beginning line. If you’ve attempted (and neglected) to set a New Year’s goal (or a few) previously, I realize it very well may be challenging to have faith in yourself. Doubting yourself would be the main reason why you can not continue with your resolution. So, believe in yourself & stay confident in your actions.

A lot of reasoning, insufficient doing

The best self-improvement guide on the planet can’t save you if you neglect to make a move. Indeed, look for motivation and information, yet just however much that you can sensibly apply to your life. If you can put only one thing you gain from each book or article you read into training, you’ll be on the road to success to progress.

You’re in an over the top rush

Wait. Think. Do you need to be in a hurry? Are your resolution is required in order to fulfill in this amount of time? Being in a rush will let you quit easily because it makes you tired. If it was brisk and-simple, everyone would do it, so it’s to your most significant advantage to practice your understanding.

Not enjoying the process

If you are not enjoying the process, it would be difficult to achieve the goal. The best of us couldn’t force ourselves to accomplish something we disrespect reliably. So, enjoying the process & believe that the journey should be beautiful to reach the desired destination.

Setting an unrealistic goal

Concluding this will be the year you run a long-distance race when you don’t recall the last time you ran a mile is setting yourself up for disappointment. Indeed, you may feel energized from the start. However, it’s all-around straightforward to get debilitated by the distance you need to cover to accomplish those grandiose objectives.

Well, these are some significant reasons why people fail on their new year resolutions. But how you can stick to it more important than that.

So, below I’m suggesting some tips that will help you to achieve your goals for sure.

  • Dream big & break big dreams into small-enough steps.
  • Understand why you shouldn’t make a change
  • Commit yourself & be confident.
  • Give yourself a medal for each & every achievement.
  • Be grateful for what you are doing.


January 17, 2022

11 Replies to “7 Reasons Why Your New Year Resolutions Fail?”

  1. Jyoti says: January 24, 2022 at 8:47 pm

    Loved this post . I have stopped making any resolution since so many years . You have listed very valid points

  2. MeenalSonal says: January 24, 2022 at 7:47 pm

    You are so right we take too much burden on our shoulders and set unrealistic goals. A decade back I used to do these mistakes and have learnt from it. Many people will benefit from this post.

  3. Varsh says: January 24, 2022 at 7:46 pm

    These are such legit reasons for why new year resolutions often don’t last. I like to take each day as it comes and avoid making them now.

  4. Rakhi Jayashankar says: January 24, 2022 at 5:12 pm

    Setting an unrealistic goal is the biggest mistake that I used to make. I never bothered to check if it is something that i really could it want to do

  5. Swati Mathur says: January 24, 2022 at 5:08 pm

    I think setting unrealistic goals and not enjoying the process can definitely act as an hindrance. Have attainable goals and enjoy the process and not look for the final product is the key to stay on your resolution.

  6. Roma Gupta Sinha says: January 24, 2022 at 3:53 pm

    You said it, buddy, you want it all and you want it now is such a wrong approach. We have to work hard and have the patience to see the results

  7. Hansa Kajaria says: January 24, 2022 at 1:28 pm

    I don’t set new year resolutions but I do set an vision sort of for my self. Like I want to be more productive with work or do more reading and less TV.

  8. Snigdha says: January 24, 2022 at 12:57 am

    I agree with your points . Sometimes our expectations are way too much from reality . Happy New Year dear .

  9. Milan Singhal says: January 23, 2022 at 11:39 pm

    Well to be frank I never make new year resolutions. I like to go with the flow. Nevertheless, the blog is worth a read for those who are not able to fulfil the resolutions.

  10. Neha Tambe says: January 22, 2022 at 5:06 pm

    Commitment and breaking big goals into small achievable steps are great tips to begin with. I usually don’t follow any new year resolution as I don’t need to wait for a new year to begin to have any resolutions.

  11. Surbhi Prapanna says: January 20, 2022 at 5:10 am

    I agree many people fails in their new year resolution. sometimes making unrealistic goals is reason and sometime they lack enough motivation. I feel making short term realistic goals are best to achieve your new year resolution.

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