It’s February 1. If you’re like 80 percent of the population, any New Year’s resolution you made is probably buried at the back of the closet – along with your workout gear. Or if you’re like the 100-plus colleagues I recently polled, more than half of you didn’t even make a New Year’s resolution.
That’s ok, though. While intentionally taking steps to improve your life is always going to be a good thing, it’s no longer about the quick fix. One-and-done resolutions are so… last month. Today, there is a movement rapidly gaining ground worldwide that is all about being in it for the long haul. It’s about being healthy in body and mind. Instead of a New Year’s resolution, think “all-year resolution.”