The beginning of a new year often means creating a New Year’s resolution. Starting fresh at the beginning of the year offers a clean slate, a new perspective and the opportunity to create a resolution that will potentially change bad habits or establish new behaviors that will make the prospects for the future better.
Although the original goal and thought behind setting their resolution is often good, the reality is that by mid-January about 50% of all these New Year Resolutions will have already been abandoned. Research shows that out of all the people who have made a resolution, only 8% will actually accomplish them. So how can we ensure we will keep our Digital Banking resolutions, and follow them through until completion?
Setting Digital Banking Resolutions
Most advisors will say that the success in achieving a goal is predicated on the beginning of the change process. If the process does not start well, it will not end well … usually resulting in abandonment of the resolution altogether. One key thing to remember is that the resolution process is not a sprint but a marathon. In fact, there are some small steps that can get you and your organization on the right track to keeping to your Digital Banking resolution.
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