New Year, new you?

The New Year is a great time to start making plans for the future. Most people are feeling energetic after the holidays and ready to get back into the swing of things (and maybe a little guilty about all the extra pie and wine). Ambitions are high, and people all over the world are settings New Year’s resolutions and goals.

Not to kill the buzz… But did you know that around 80% of all New Year’s resolutions fail? Yikes. Fortunately, there’s a simple reason, and it has to do with the kinds of goals people set and how they go about achieving them.

The MosaLingua Guide to Keeping Your New Year's Resolutions free ebook

How to Smash Your New Year’s Resolutions

At MosaLingua, we’re (literally) in the business of helping people reach their linguistic goals, and we love to see our members succeeding and making progress. That’s why we put together The MosaLingua Guide to Keeping your Resolutions.

In it, you’ll find a ton of useful information for making sure your New Year’s resolutions are a success, including tips, an Action Plan you can adapt to your goals, and plenty of resources.

We look at the best way to define and set your goals, how you can stay on track and work hard (without burning out), how to prioritize your projects throughout the year, and some powerful techniques for doing more in less time.

Oh, and best of all: it’s 100% free. 🙂

The MosaLingua Guide to Keeping Your Resolutions

You can grab your copy of the guide by clicking on the image or link here:

 

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The MosaLingua Guide to Keeping your New Year’s Resolutions

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We’d love to hear what you think of our guide in the comments. Did you find some useful info on how to get organized? Do you have any tips or tricks you’d like to share? Let us know!

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