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Special to the news/Samantha Kennedy
Setting lofty, unrealistic goals can often lead to discouragement and frustration. Smaller, incremental goals can help increase the odds of success.

Every year, millions of us make New Year’s resolutions in the hopes of implementing a few changes in our lives. We resolve to lose weight, eat healthier, save money, read more, or spend more time with our family.
Unfortunately, research shows only about 8 percent of New Year’s resolutions are actually kept, which begs the question: Why do so few of us stick to the goals we set for ourselves?

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