Key Statistics Regarding Goal-Setting

Setting time-bound goals and beginning weekly progress reports inspire peers to achieve 40% more than those who don't.

Keeping a journal increases the likelihood of accomplishing goals by 20%.

Participants' research revealed that most people performed better when their goals were important and difficult.

Only 3% of people who set written goals and use precise methods succeed ten times as well as those who don't.

Gallup estimates that only 41% of Americans make resolutions for the new year.

35% of people who start New Year's resolutions give them up after a week, according to a survey.

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