ANCHOR LEAD: Each year millions of Americans resolve to change something about their lives – from weight loss, to healthy eating to financial stability. Unfortunately, research shows only 8% actually succeed at keeping their New Year's resolutions. But, things may change this year. Brian Osuch has the details. (:60)
SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Brian Osuch. Are you looking to create real change in your life in the New Year? Certified Life Coach, Writer and Speaker, Janet Taylor says it's easier than you think. She says, it starts with being ready for change and setting realistic expectations.
CUT: (Taylor) Make goals that are attainable and measureable and within your reach. Also, when we make goals that are in alignment with our purpose and core sense of values, we're more likely to complete them.
SCRIPT: Whether you're looking to improve your overall well-being, or changing your career path, Taylor says there's an online resource to help you customize and keep track of your goals.
CUT: (Taylor) With LifeMap, we see you as a leader. But, LifeMap is a personalized guidance system and the coach is there with you every step of the way, to help with accountability, to help you reflect, and continue to set goals in small steps. With a coach and a personalized GPS system and the LifeMap, we really increase the likelihood that you're able to set your goal and complete it.
SCRIPT: For more information, go to LifeReimagined.org/LifeMap. That's Lifestyles from Life Reimagined.
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