80% of people will FAIL

people will FAIL

80% of people will FAIL

FROM THE DESK OF GRANT CARDONE:  How pumped are you to make 2019 the greatest year of your life?  Personally, I’m ready to destroy 2019 with some of the biggest, most insane goals anybody has EVER set.  But if you look around at society, 80% of people will FAIL their New Year’s resolutions by February 15th.

And I don’t want you to become a statistic…

Jumpstart Your New Year

When your goals aren’t big enough, it’s easy to give up on them when the enthusiasm dries up.  This is why so many people go back to their old habits in a month.  By February 1st, your January 1st goals will seem distant, perhaps unrealistic…

And you may find your discipline slipping.

It’s not an accident I booked February 1st as the opening day for 10X Growth Con 3 —it’s exactly one month after your New Year’s resolutions, and right about the time those resolutions begin to fade away for 80% of people.

And here’s the truth of the matter: If you’re anything like me…


Some days you get it right and some days you get off track.  I can tell you that when I use a daily ritual, I have my best days.  I’m more consistently on track with my goals, and I’m in control of my life.  When I’m disciplined, I feel like I’m winning.

  • I’m happier
  • I have more energy
  • I’m more confident
  • I get more done

I believe that you lose enthusiasm toward your goals because you don’t swim in them every day.    If you don’t have your goals in front of you, then it’s easy to NOT value them.

Using a daily ritual of some sort will help you stay focused on what’s important to you and what actions you need to take to keep your upcoming New Year’s Resolutions.

Rituals help create normalcy, prediction, and control in this unpredictable world.

Keep in mind, I’m not concerned with getting my daily ritual 100% right. I’m more interested in building discipline and beating my goals into my head. That’s why I like to take a short runway by working in spurts.

If I can set a new pattern over a three or five day period, then I’ve proven to myself that I’ve got something good going on.

When I do that, I’m more likely to stick with it.

My daily ritual can change but there are a few things that I always do.