Six steps to stronger willpower
A new year, a new you – well, maybe not quite, but with the right mindset and a little help, there are ways to bring about positive changes in your life
It’s the time of year where you’re no doubt gunning for a change of some sort. Whatever you choose to embark upon – be it upping your daily intake of water or saying ‘no’ more often – there’s one thing you’ll need in order to be successful: willpower.
Defined as self-control, self-regulation or the ability to choose long-term satisfaction over short-term gratification, willpower isn’t something...
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