Summary of Breakthrough Episode 13 Rick NY Resolutions

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Rick NY Resolutions talks about some of the best ways to set and achieve goals, including being prepared for January 1st, tying goals back to one's children, and making small changes that can lead to big results. He also discusses the importance of managing failures and not letting them lead to discouragement.

  • 00:00:00 Coach Rick discusses the different ways that people approach New Year's resolutions. He says that most people make them for the whole year, but that there is another school of thought that says you need to be prepared to take the next step in your health and fitness goals. He goes on to say that most people fail because they don't prepare for January 1st.
  • 00:05:00 According to the video's narrator, 38.5 percent of adults make New Year's resolutions each year, and of those, 48 percent want to exercise more. However, the nine percent success rate indicates that most people don't achieve their goals. Reasons for this include the fact that most people are overweight or obese, and that they tend to self-identify with their body image.
  • 00:10:00 Rick discusses how society is pushing towards body positivity and acceptance of physical qualities, but he also believes that there is a problem on the opposite end of the spectrum where people are trying to show themselves as greater than they are or embellish their improvements to impress others. He argues that people's motivation should not be to impress other people, as this might feel like they are improving upon themselves, but should instead be to better the people around them.
  • 00:15:00 Rick New York discusses his experience of using steroids to achieve a significant level of success, and how even with his admitted steroid use, he still managed to become a successful business owner. He encourages others to maintain discipline and focus even during difficult times, and reminds them that even if something is not going well, they can still make it right by working hard.
  • 00:20:00 The presenter discusses the statistics that show that most people have New Year's resolutions, with 59% of young adults having them. They go on to say that older adults are three times less likely to have resolutions, and discuss their theory as to why this is. They end the segment with a discussion of how to make resolutions more actionable and achievable.
  • 00:25:00 In this YouTube video, Rick NY Resolutions talks about some of his New Year's resolutions, including that fifty percent of parents with children have New Year's resolutions. He also talks about how, when it comes to goals, it is important to tie them back to one's children and show them the importance of being good role models. Additionally, Rick NY Resolutions notes that, as a parent, it is important to be able to handle being exhausted with children, and that restaurants should provide healthier options for kids on their menus.
  • 00:30:00 The speaker discusses the differences between men and women when it comes to resolutions, stating that women focus slightly more on health-related topics than men. He also points out that, regardless of gender, people should not wait to make healthy changes, as they will not last long. He also mentions that people's current living situations and habits are not conducive to good health.
  • 00:35:00 The nine percent of people who successfully keep New Year's resolutions are apparently a very low number. According to the video, 23 percent of people quit by the end of the first week, and 64 percent after the first month. Sustaining a goal, such as losing weight, is difficult for most people because they typically stop eating and end up starving themselves. A modified fast, which is a specific way to fast, is easier to follow and has a higher success rate.
  • 00:40:00 In this video, Rick NY shares his thoughts on how to achieve goals in life. He argues that a more sensible approach is to start slowly, build up momentum, and use the right strategy at the right time. He also advises people to invest in themselves by taking care of their health, instead of paying for health insurance later on.
  • 00:45:00 This video encourages people to make small changes that can lead to big results, such as drinking more water and exercising regularly. It also discusses the importance of managing failures and not letting them lead to discouragement.
  • 00:50:00 In this video, Rick NY discusses how he has successfully maintained a healthy diet throughout the year by limiting his intake of sweets. He also discusses how it is important to be okay with days where you might not feel your best or be productive, and that following a profile on Facebook is the best way to reach him.

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