So, let’s talk about our New Year’s resolutions and how we can keep them going throughout the year…

How many of you have told yourself in November or December, “I’m going to stop playing games and I’m going to do better for myself because I know there’s not as many years in front of me as there may be behind me”?

According to statistics, 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by mid-February; they don’t even make it to the first quarter of the year.

And today, as your accountability partner, I want to ask you this: With the first quarter of the year coming gone, are your New Year’s resolutions coming gone with it?

I know it’s only April and that we have goals and aspirations – living healthier, losing weight, making a lot more money, etc. – that we’ll still have to work on in the remaining months of the year.

But when the clock strikes midnight for the year 2024, would you be able to say that you’ve kept your promise to yourself that you made right after Christmas last year – that this will be the year that you’ll change?

I want to help you get back on your path, so that when the year 2025 comes around, we can look back and say, “Man, I’m so glad I kept that promise to myself.”

Join me in this episode as we rehash these memories to ensure we get our happy selves back, especially when we’re on a road where we went off to detour a little bit.

Why you need to check this episode:

  • Discover some of the most common New Year’s resolutions people have;
  • Understand the different reasons why people’s New Year’s resolutions fail; and
  • Find out the importance of accountability and self-reflection in your journey to change

“Let’s get back on the train today. Let’s remember our ‘why’ today. More importantly, let’s remember what caused us to trip; let’s remember what caused us to stumble, because we need to avoid the stumbling, because the stumbling is going to happen again and again and again. It keeps happening, that’s why you’re at the point you’re at now. So, I have to ask, do you really want to live healthier Do you really want to do these things? Do you really want to do the things you said you wanted to do in November and December? And remember, if you don’t have that support system, if you don’t have the accountability, I’m here to help you out. – Dr. Berry Pierre

Topics Covered:

00:00 – On today’s episode: Looking back on our New Year’s resolutions for the year 2024

01:01 – You’re not the only one: Statistics say that 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by mid-February

3:00 – The why: Understanding the reasons why some New Year’s resolutions fail

6:38 – Mental timeframe: To extend the years in front of you, especially in a way that you’re actually enjoying, change has to happen

8:31 – Your accountability partner is here: Some of the most common New Year’s resolutions people have

11:25 – Self-reflect: Why do you think your New Year’s resolution/s failed? What caused you to detour?

13:08 – The causes: Some of the most common reasons why New Year’s resolutions fail

19:45 – Two different scenarios to ponder on: What if…?


“We all have different stimuli. We all have different things that motivate us… We all have these reasons, and no initial stimulus is better than the other. I tell my patients all the time – you need to have some type of why to keep you going, but it doesn’t mean that my ‘why’ is so much better than your ‘why’; it doesn’t mean that my ‘why’ is so much stronger than your ‘why’. Everyone has their own personal ‘why’.” – Dr. Berry Pierre

“The second we forget our why, it’s over.” – Dr. Berry Pierre

“We don’t want tomorrow. We are not going to continue to put off things until tomorrow that we can do today.” – Dr. Berry Pierre

“Any type of change has to start with you.” – Dr. Berry Pierre

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