Episode 009: Artists! Why Most New Year’s Resolutions Fail and How Yours Can Succeed

by | Dec 13, 2022 | A Kick in the Art Podcast

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Ready to kick off your artistic goals for the new year? Want to know how you can get better results in 2023 than ever before? Tune in as Adam Toporek discusses why New Year’s resolutions so often don’t work and what you can do differently to make sure you are successful with your creative and artistic goals in the new year.

In today’s episode, you’ll learn…

  • Why New Year’s resolutions rarely work
  • The principle behind “Warren Buffet’s” 25/5 Principle
  • How to create goals and the habits that support them 
  • The power of the “Break the Chain” Method
  • How Adam tracks habits with the Done app

This is our last episode of 2022. Wishing everyone a safe, healthy and happy new year!

 

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Adam Toporek

Adam Toporek

Adam Toporek at is a published nonfiction author who has recently turned his pen to fiction and art.

He’s the author of the short story, The Tear and the upcoming stories The Enemy and The Fox, as well as the writer, director, and producer of the short film, Sexy Summer Stock.