So you want to lose weight or commit to something in 2019? Great! You just need to find a way to not become one of the 25-33% of people who fail with similar goals, before January comes to a close. You also need to strategize how you will not become part of the 90% who fail to maintain resolutions, balance of year. In The Church and The Community, Page 221, the recipe for success is detailed in a simple, yet thorough manner. You need to set SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time bound) goals in 2019, like “I plan to jog at a 6 miles per hour pace, for 30 minutes, three times each week.” Next, you need to find a community of like-minded people who also jog at said planned speed, or interval. Lastly, how will you make your new habit or goal, part of your lifestyle? The tools to making your New Years goals and resolutions are more attainable than you realize. Grab them!