Did you make a new year resolution in 2018?
If no, why didn't you make one?
If Yes, are you able to keep it? If yes, share your experience so others can benefit from it.
A 2007 study by Richard Wiseman from the University of Bristol involving 3,000 people showed that 88% of those who set New Year resolutions fail, despite the fact that 52% of the study's participants were confident of success at the beginning. Men achieved their goal 22% more often when they engaged in goal setting, (a system where small measurable goals are being set; such as, a pound a week, instead of saying "lose weight"), while women succeeded 10% more when they made their goals public and got support from their friends.
Quoting Frank Ra (author of the new year's resolution book "A course in happiness": "Resolutions are more sustainable when shared, both in terms of with whom you share the benefits of your resolution, and with whom you share the path of maintaining your resolution. Peer-support makes a difference in success rate with new year's resolutions". - Wikipedia
If you have already given up or struggling to keep your new year resolution. Maybe it is time to try something different, especially if you are using a conventional self-improvement system and relying too much on outside motivation.
You can try a free one on one session in IST that is unconventional and helps you find your motivation from within - that is more natural and everlasting: http://www.powerlawofattraction.com/forum/index.php?topic=12916.0