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New Year's resolutions are rarely the best way to make a change in your life. Most people find that their resolutions fall short of delivering the anticipated change and often bring more stress and even depression and hopelessness. So what is the answer to making real change in your life? Relationship expert, Matt Townsend, believes that realistic, short-term goals bring the greatest results. Setting goals that are challenging, tangible, specific, realistic and have a targeted completion date are the most effective. CLICK HERE to learn more. (Depending on the speed of your internet connection, this could take a few minutes to download the audio.)