First, the second Friday in January is “Quitter’s Day”, and roughly 10% of all resolutions see success at year’s end. Most resolutions are positive: exercise, diet, finance, stress, smoking or drinking related issues. In short, health is a high priority and should be a life-long goal. Resolutions should be annual re-commitments and refinements.

Once over 30, change is more difficult as you lock into who you are.  Best re-commit and refine resolutions annually, perhaps throw in new ones.  While many, especially younger people, use apps to achieve success, the best app is between your ears.