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2012 vs 2013 New Year's ResolutionsIn case infographics are not your cup of tea, here are the 2012 vs 2013 New Year's Resolutions results in a Power Point Presentation.  You'll see the top four resolutions from 2012 are the same for 2013. Here they are:

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Do your New Year resolutions change from year to year?  Or do you find that often times you begin the new year will similar goals as the year prior?  

The FranklinPlanner.com team recently conducted a survey to identify New Year’s Resolutions for 2013, and compared them to 2012 findings.  The infographic below displays the results.  

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by Aby Garvey

I don't know about you, but every January I get the itch to declutter. Do you get this itch, too? Maybe it's the fact that our homes are overstuffed with new things, or maybe it's just a nice way to welcome in the New Year-with a cleaner slate and a bit of breathing room. Regardless of the motivator, decluttering is a terrific way to welcome the year, especially when you declutter with intention and purpose. In other words, when you identify something new that you want to create in the year ahead and let go of something old to support your desire, you create space for change. You also solidify your intention to make it happen.

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Ah, the great tradition of making resolutions. If someone else told you to change everything about yourself in a week, you would laugh. But when you make your own list, you end up disappointed when you can't change everything at once. To keep your spirits up, lay out each goal in depth and spend three weeks implementing one goal before moving on to the next one. 

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"It must be borne in mind that the tragedy of life does not lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy of life lies in having no goal to reach." -Benjamin E. Mays 

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FranklinCovey Day PlannersWelcome to 2012! As you start your year off, you may have several different resolutions. Maybe your goal is to lose weight, or you're interested in developing a new hobby. Whatever your resolution, the key to success is being consistent.

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Happy New Year, and welcome to 2012! We're excited for a fresh new year, and the natural propensity that comes with it to set some goals and make some changes. There's a reason why January is National Get Organized Month; the turn of the year is the perfect time to make some meaningful progress towards putting things in order. Perhaps like many, you've rededicated yourself to "get organized" this year. That's great, but what does that mean, and where do you start?

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UPDATE: Winner Announced!
Congratulations to Brigette Bowman Anderson, you were randomly selected to win our Get Organized for 2012 prize bundle! Send an email to go@franklincoveyproducts.com with your mailing address and we'll get your prizes on their way. 

Stay tuned for more GO Giveaways, and good luck to everyone for a strong finish in 2011!

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October To-Do ListHappy October! We're excited to reveal the newest monthly to-do list, chock full of season-appropriate reminders to help you make the most of the month. Start with our suggested October organizing projects, and then write a few to-dos of your own.

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With all the seasons and events that start in September, it's a wonder we don't celebrate New Year's Day this month. Here are just a few of events that traditionally kick off their new year in September:

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