Interested in New Years resolutions? Check out this infographic from the folks at Jazzercise for the top resolutions, categories of resolutions, success rates and tips to stay on track.
WalkJogRun shows how runners need to make a habit to run through February to make sure they have a successful year running. Data was collected from 2012 on WalkJogRun runners logging “run” training sessions in January 2012. For example, 4,000 runners started January 2013 running. 75% of runners who skip February won’t run again this year. Don’t be that statistic.
Have you set goals for 2013? “Make a Change” is the New Year’s resolution game show, created by The Melaleuca Journal, in which you must check out! Scroll down this incredibly long graphic and learn some interesting statistics about New Year’s resolutions, and fill out the pretend application to get on the show.
It’s no secret that technology will play an increasingly large role in our lives in 2013, both in terms of the devices we use and the ways we spend our time. What are the New Year’s resolutions and challenges that you want to accomplish and/or overcome this year? Most likely, technology can help you achieve them.
Mindbloom shows us some of the top personal development actions taken in 2012 and forecasts top life area focuses for 2013 for both men and women in the following infographic.
Although we all make our new year’s resolutions with the best intentions, our commitment often fizzles out before February. In this infographic, Confused.com looks at how likely resolutions are to be abandoned and what you can do to stick to your goals.
Did you know that 43% of Americans make at least one New Year’s resolution each year? How much are these resolutions worth? This infographic from Betterment examines this question.