Commitment is the new resolution
(BPT) - The tradition of new year’s resolutions has been around 4,000 years, when Babylonians saw fit to start the year off right by making promises to the gods. Today, such promises are a media phenomenon, designed to be broken.
“One reason most new year’s resolutions usually fail before the end of January is because people haven’t truly bought into change,” says Bahram Akradi, CEO of Life Time, The Healthy Way of Life Company. “We can change the course of our lives for the better without the need for a contrived tradition.”
That’s why Life Time has launched the Commitment Day movement. By pledging a commitment online at www.commitmentday.com, anyone can join this national movement when hundreds of thousands of people wake up on New Year’s Day to participate in a simultaneous walk/run in one of 30 cities nationwide.
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