Get Unstuck & Get Going

Get Unstuck & Get Going

January 09, 2007 10:00 ET

Say Bye-Bye to Resolutions Forever

How to REALLY Achieve Your Goals in 2007

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Jan. 9, 2007) - Mid-January is approximately the time when all good-intentioned resolutions tend to evaporate into thin air. Come February, they are just a vague memory of a failed goal. Is there any real way to keep resolutions from being carried over from year to year, instead of crossed off the "To Do" list of lifelong goals?

"There are a lot of reasons why New Year resolutions are doomed to fail: they rarely accent the positive, and even worse, we almost never make ourselves accountable to someone else for our personal resolutions," says Michael Bungay Stanier, author of Get Unstuck & Get Going...on the stuff that matters.

And that, he says, is the problem with many of the self-help books on the market today - they do not systematically build accountability into the solution.

"You increase the likelihood of achieving your goals, whether they are New Year's resolutions, personal objectives or career ambitions, by 95% when you make yourself accountable to someone else," remarks Bungay Stanier. "You also need to have a practical system that can be part of your everyday life - not a book that sits on the shelf and gathers dust."

Like having a personal coach at your fingertips, the Get Unstuck & Get Going program integrates both the self-coaching book and explanatory CD, but also ongoing support through monthly e-newsletters and teleseminars. To learn more, visit:

Michael Bungay Stanier is available for television, radio and press interviews to talk about staying motivated, getting unstuck, creating possibilities or personal innovation. Contact 1.866.882.1019 or email to schedule availability.

About Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael is a Rhodes Scholar and holds an M Phil from Oxford, a law degree and a BA with highest honours from the Australian National University. Get Unstuck & Get Going...on the stuff that matters is a radically different self-coaching tool for individuals. Based on a child's flipbook, it allows users to create up to 125,000 perspectives.

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